FRAMINGHAM (08/11/2000) - The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will start accepting applications for companies that want to become domain-name registries on Sept. 5. The registries will manage the new top-level domains that are under consideration, such as .biz, .firm, .ecom and .union. ICANN is charging a $50,000 application fee. The deadline is Oct. 2.
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