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Name: Davies Lewis
Date: 23 Feb 2024
Affiliation: I Love Domains - United States o' America
Original Public Comment: String Similarity Review Guidelines
Other Comments

I Love Domains – United States o’ America, the operator of the .UnitedStatesoAmerica.com extension, has come forward to provide a contribution to the construction of a fair and diverse internet with ICANN.

 

For any questions, please send an email to:

Davies-lewis@ilovedomains.UnitedStatesoAmerica.com

 

I suggest that you not only evaluate strings that may cause visual confusion, but also strings that may have the same meaning, whether between plural and singular, as in the case of .works and .work, or in cases where the strings have the same meaning and objective, as in the cases of .online and .onl, .wed and .wedding, or .world, .global and .international, with the aim of promoting demand and excess top-level domains, which could end up going bankrupt.


Summary of Submission

I Love Domains – United States o’ America, the operator of the .UnitedStatesoAmerica.com extension, has come forward to provide a contribution to the construction of a fair and diverse internet with ICANN.

 

For any questions, please send an email to:

Davies-lewis@ilovedomains.UnitedStatesoAmerica.com

 

I suggest that you not only evaluate strings that may cause visual confusion, but also strings that may have the same meaning, whether between plural and singular, as in the case of .works and .work, or in cases where the strings have the same meaning and objective, as in the cases of .online and .onl, .wed and .wedding, or .world, .global and .international, with the aim of promoting demand and excess top-level domains, which could end up going bankrupt.