International Domain Names for 2010
The good news is on the door of 2010.The face of internet is going to
change as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
(ICANN), which governs domains, registrations, Internet Protocol
addresses, and many other aspects of the net, voted to approve a
fast-track process for implementing non-Latin domain names by early to
mid 2010. Which means that you could be seeing domains in
Chinese,Arabic, Hindi, and dozens of other non-Latin languages.
Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) are domain names represented
by local language characters. Such domain names could contain letters
or characters from non-ASCII scripts (for example, Arabic or Chinese).
Many efforts are ongoing in the Internet community to make domain
names available in character sets other than ASCII.
Happy Blogging !
Nitin Chauhan | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.maximumhit.com
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