Private domain of U.S. $ 185 thousand

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Internet users no longer can have a Generic Top Level Domain (Generic Top Level Domain or gTLD) in accordance with the personal choice of each.

One member of the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Chris Disspain, the domain can now be revealed publicly owned.

"Right now wide open with the presence of generic top level domain," said Disspain, in a press conference at Pacific Place, Wednesday, December 14, 2011.

With the new level domain, you can include a specific name or personal name. It's not like that level domain for this use.. Com, net, or. Org.

Application for a new gTLD is not the same as buying a domain name. Way, the applicant proposes to create and operate a business registry that will support a particular Internet domain name system.

But ICANN has the technical regulations listed in Through the program, you can file a Latin-based top level domains and International Domain Name (IDN).

The cost to have a private domain of U.S. $ 185 thousand, or equivalent to Rp 1, 6 billion, with the evaluation period between 9 to 20 months.

Applicants can register that was opened from 12 January to 12 April 2012. During the registration period, applicants are welcome to use web-based interface called "TLD Application System (TAS)" for filing.