Buy Your Own Net Suffix Only $200K

The Internet’s key oversight agency issued preliminary guidelines for the introduction of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of alternatives to .com in the first sweeping changes to the network’s 25-year-old address system. But individuals should forget about claiming a personal domain name suffix for themselves or their families. The application fee, scheduled to be disclosed Friday, is expected to approach $200,000 — partially refundable only in limited circumstances — to help cover the potential $20 million cost of crafting the guidelines and reviewing applications

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