DotconnectAfrica Open Letter to US Congress

DotConnectAfrica an organization bidding for the DotAfrica gTLD has written an Open letter to the US congress, the letter posted on their website http://www.dotconnectafrica.org begins in Part:

“We begin Senator by commending your enviable record of distinguished public service in the United States Congress spanning nearly three decades, and your esteemed leadership of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation and previous stint in the Senate Committee on Intelligence where you introduced and made invaluable contributions to cyber-security and telecommunications legislation. We note the official support and encouragement received by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to commence the expansion of the Internet through the new programme to introduce new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLD), a global process under which domain names such as “DotAfrica” are expected to be delegated as new Internet domains to be created in the root zone of the Internet. The new gTLD programme was threatened at some stage by many dissonant voices that called for either its postponement or outright cancellation which would have frustrated the hopes and aspirations of many especially in Africa.

Read The whole letter here:

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I am a blogger and internet pundit. Interested in all DNS developments all over the World especially the developing countries

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