judgecorp writes: "ICANN has held a raffle to determine what order it will examine new domain name applications. This doesn't guarantee applicants will win the generic top-level domain (gTLD) they have set their hearts on, as the applications still have to be considered, and there may be competition, or objections such as the South American governments' objection to Amazon's
.amazon bid. None of the first batch is an English language domain, and the first one likely to make it through all the hurdles is an application by the Vatican, for a domain spelling "catholic" in Chinese."
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