Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will expand the current Internet address system on Wednesday after which you might not need to search on Google because the expansion will provide you a direct search on “.Google”. Thee are currently about 300 domains in use and with the launch of this expansion in the Internet address system a “.com” rivalry will arise.
The expansion was becoming mandatory because over 2,000 proposals for the new domain are received including “.doctor”, “.music” and “.bank”. With the expansion one day if you want to search comedy on Google then you will not be needing to write “Google.com/comedy.” because you will have “.comedy” as a separate address.
Artemis Internet company’s Alex Stamos said, ” The expansion will create much more specific neighborhoods with specific focus and goals.” The company is bidding for “.secure”.
Each proposal will cost $185,000 and if you win then you need to pay $25,000 /year for the maintenance. A 10-year commitment is also required. The ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has received $350 million in applications fees.