The Internet's new oversight organisation, ICANN, has endorsed a hotly-disputed set of recommendations over the possession of domain names. So-called "cybersquatters" have taken Internet addresses identical or close to registered trademarks and popular words. Among the recommendations is one to take domain names away from users that ICANN determines are squatters. Interim ICANN chairwoman, Esther Dyson, said many details of the proposals are open to amendment. The organisation has been criticised for endorsing recommendations before adequate review.
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