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As Apps Rise, are Domain Names the Next AM Radio?

Issued: April 30 2014

As the use of apps continues to rise, is the domain name system becoming the AM radio of the information age? Sally Abel and Emily Gische ponder whether ICANN, in its haste to expand and exploit the domain space, has hastened the demise of its own system.

 

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