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Who's TLD is it: the City of New York, the State of New York, or the Internet Community?

From: Tom L.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 2:51 PM
Tomorrow 's G+ Hangout will address the question about New York's TLD: "Who's TLD is it: the City of New York, the State of New York, or the Internet Community?"

It's somewhat complicated if you consider that there are several options - .newyork, .newyorkcity, or the presumed .nyc - with the city, state, and "Internet Community" having more or less rights or power to claim each.

To help sort this out we'll have two guests - Mike Palage, an attorney and former member of ICANN's board of directors, and Danny "The Public" Younger.

The venue is my G+ Hangout, so only 10 can attend. But it will be recorded for presentation elsewhere. It's from 10-11 AM.

Best,

Tom Lowenhaupt


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Thomas Lowenhaupt, Founder & Chair
Connecting.nyc Inc.

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Jackson Hts., NYC 11372

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