That first batch of new gTLD application changes in full

Kevin Murphy
November 6, 2012
Analysis

ICANN has published the first batch of approved new gTLD application changes.

There are 29 approved changes to date, of 138 change requests received by ICANN. Most of the changes are corrections to typographical errors, copy/paste errors or changes in contact information.

However, the changes also create one new contention set, reflect the acquisition of one applicant by another, and in one case create an entirely new answer to question 18 (mission/purpose of the gTLD).

Because ICANN did not publish red-line versions of the applications, we have compared the amended applications to the originals and here present a condensed analysis of what changes were made to which applications.

The changes will be also reflected in the DI PRO application database over the coming days.


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