Melbourne IT expects millions from domain name grab



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Companies are expected to spend millions of dollars registering new web addresses to defend themselves against potentially controversial or crude uses of their trademarks online.

Web hosting provider Melbourne IT said it could see millions in potential revenues from “defensive registrations” over the next two years, as global internet body ICANN begins allowing suffixes on web address with brand names such as .commbank or generic words like .food. source

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