Move afoot to support foreign domain names

Marsan, Carolyn Duffy
January 2000
Network World;01/31/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of the Internet Engineering Task Force to study the technical requirements of the internationalization of Internet domain names. Methods for encoding international language characters; Companies that sell domain names which incorporates special characters.


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