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Google open sources the code that powers its domain registry

Google today release Nomulus, the Java-based registry platform that powers Google’s top level domains (TLDs). Google says it started working on the technology behind Nomulus after the company applied to operate a number of generic TLDs itself back in 2012. Until then, domain names were mostly restricted to’s,.net’s and various country-level… Read More
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