Amazon's Fight With South American Countries Over Control Of '.amazon' Domain Name Comes To A Head
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Back in 2012, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that it would vastly expand the number of top-level domains, allowing hundreds of new ones to flourish. You can now buy domains for .mango, .luxury and .republican if you’re so inclined.

However, there’s one top-level domain that’s still engaged in a bitter seven-year fight. Amazon would like total control over every .amazon address. But eight countries in South America want to share in the domains. Why?...

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