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Three Weeks Left to Comment on New gTLDS

Posted September 5th, 2012


From ICANN

The application comment period is part of the New gTLD Program and allows you to:

Submit comments

To submit a comment, you must first create a user account using the form on this page. New gTLD Program Feedback credentials may also be used to submit a comment in this Forum. TAS and New gTLD Customer Service login credentials are not valid on the Application Comment Forum.

Comments for evaluation panels – Comments may be submitted on any active New gTLD application. Comments directed to the evaluation panels and submitted between 13 June 2012 and 12 August 2012 26 September 2012 will be forwarded to the evaluation panels to review and consider as part of the application’s evaluations. Comments submitted outside of this period will be available for public viewing in the View Comments section of this Forum.

Comments on objection grounds – On this forum, you may also submit comments on any application on the basis of one of the four available objection grounds (string confusion, legal rights, limited public interest, community) specified in the Applicant Guidebook. Comments directed to objection grounds WILL NOT be considered as formal objections and WILL NOT by themselves block an application from being evaluated. Formal objections are required to be lodged directly with a dispute resolution service provider following the process outlined in Module 3 of the Applicant Guidebook. Comments made in this Forum and directed to objection grounds will be available in the View Comments section of the Forum for viewing by the public, independent objector, and dispute resolution service providers.

Other Comments – Comments not intended to be directed to an evaluation panel or objection ground can be made under the “Other” category. Please note that comments directed to this category will not be summarized, analyzed, or sent to the evaluation panels, and will play no part in the evaluation process of an application. They will be available for public viewing in the View Comments section of this Forum.

For the full skinny go HERE.

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