Internet domain name regulator ICANN is moving closer to allowing the use of domain names that are from languages using non-latin letters and numbers. ICANN has launched a test page that allows users to visit web pages with URLs in 11 languages not using roman letters or numbers. These languages are Arabic, Persian, simplified and traditional Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Greek, Korean, Yiddish, Japanese and Tamil. More.
Monday, October 15, 2007
ICANN moves closer to multilingual TLDs
Posted by PacketMaster at 8:50 p.m.
Labels: Computing, Internet, Regulation
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