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The '''New gTLD Objection and Dispute Resolution''' process was laid out in the [[Applicant Guidebook]] of the [[New gTLD Program]]. The process gives business, applicants, organizations, and individuals a way to give objection arguments as to why a certain TLD should not be delegated. These formal objections will be arbitrated by an assigned
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The '''New gTLD Objection and Dispute Resolution''' process was laid out in the [[Applicant Guidebook]] of the [[New gTLD Program]]. The process gives business, applicants, organizations, and individuals a way to give objection arguments as to why a certain TLD should not be delegated. These formal objections will be arbitrated by an assigned organization, called a [[Dispute Resolution Service Provider]] (DRSP). A panelist from the DRSP hears written arguments from the objector and the applicant, and determines if the application prevails or the objector prevails.
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Filing a formal objection costs between $5,000-$13,000 per party depending on the DRSP. Some of the fees are born solely on the objector and are non-refundable. Other fees are paid by both the objector and the applicant, and are reimbursed to the party that prevails in the case.
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There are four types of formal objections:
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* String Confusion Objections
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<i>Main article: [[String Confusion Objection]]</i>
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There are three organizations that were selected to determine objections
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[http://domainnamewire.com/2013/12/12/icann-ombudsman-investigating-inconsistent-new-tld-objection-decisions/]

Revision as of 19:49, 13 December 2013

The New gTLD Objection and Dispute Resolution process was laid out in the Applicant Guidebook of the New gTLD Program. The process gives business, applicants, organizations, and individuals a way to give objection arguments as to why a certain TLD should not be delegated. These formal objections will be arbitrated by an assigned organization, called a Dispute Resolution Service Provider (DRSP). A panelist from the DRSP hears written arguments from the objector and the applicant, and determines if the application prevails or the objector prevails.

Filing a formal objection costs between $5,000-$13,000 per party depending on the DRSP. Some of the fees are born solely on the objector and are non-refundable. Other fees are paid by both the objector and the applicant, and are reimbursed to the party that prevails in the case.

There are four types of formal objections:

  • String Confusion Objections

Main article: String Confusion Objection

There are three organizations that were selected to determine objections


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