Program Status

Comments and Feedback

Comments and Feedback

Comment on an application. Provide constructive feedback on the New gTLD Program. Learn how to object to an applied-for string. Or keep track of what other people or governments are saying about new gTLDs. You can do it all here. Learn more

 

Current Application Status

Current Application Status

See who has applied for .what! View the most up-to-date list of applicants, track their respective status through the evaluation process, and view the public portions of their applications. Learn more

 

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Evaluation Panels

Get information about the panels performing evaluations on new gTLD applications, including who they are and how they perform their work. Learn more

 

gTLD Correspondence

gTLD Correspondence

Read official correspondence specific to the New gTLD Program. Learn more

 

Objection and Dispute Resolution

Objection and Dispute Resolution

The objection period for new gTLDs began on 13 June 2012 and has been extended to 13 March 2013. Once the objection filing period closes, all objections received will move through a dispute resolution process. Learn more

 

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Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Procedures

Post-Delegation Dispute Resolution Procedures have been developed to provide those harmed by a new gTLD Registry Operator's conduct an alternative avenue to complain about that conduct. Learn more

 

Program Statistics

Program Statistics

13 June 2012, all the applied-for strings were posted. Review high-level statistics about the overall program as the applications work their way through the evaluation process. Learn more

 

TLD Startup Information - Sunrise and Claims Periods

TLD Startup Information - Sunrise and Claims Periods

This page displays Sunrise and Trademark Claims dates related to new gTLDs, with links to more detailed Sunrise Policy and Sunrise Dispute Resolutions Procedure documentation. Learn more

 

Trademark Clearinghouse

Trademark Clearinghouse

The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) is an important rights protection mechanism in the New gTLD Program. The TMCH will accept and authenticate rights information, and support trademark claims and sunrise services. Learn more

 

Uniform Rapid Suspension

Uniform Rapid Suspension

The Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) will provide rapid relief to trademark holders for the most clear-cut cases of infringement and offer cheaper, faster responses than the existing Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). Learn more

 

View Applied-for Strings

View Applied-for Strings

What is a gTLD? It is an Internet domain name extension such as the familiar .com, .net, or .org. There are only 22 gTLDs in the domain name system right now, but that is all about to change. Learn more

 

View Delegated Strings

View Delegated Strings

Find out which gTLDs from the New gTLD Program have been introduced into the Internet's Root Zone, the authoritative database for the Internet, and are on their way to being availably publicly on the Internet. Learn More