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08 Oct 2006

ICANN ALAC Doesn't Like The Proposed *.travel Wildcard ICANN
In case you missed it, .travel is yet another new domain intended for the travel industry.
Tralliance, the shell organization that runs .travel, asked ICANN for permission to add a top level wildcard similar to the one in the obscure .museum domain, and the one that Verisign briefly added to .com as their notorious Sitefinder product.

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