wiredmikey writes "The number of top-level domains on the Internet is set to increase dramatically over the next few years. Today's familiar
ICANN's rulebook for prospective new gTLD managers, known as the Applicant Guidebook, contains a requirement to support Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) as a mandatory condition of every new gTLD application. Today, whether to implement DNSSEC is a matter of choice for domain name registries. For the gTLD managers of the future, though, it will be a matter of contractual compliance. New gTLDs will not change the DNS security landscape overnight, but the fact that DNSSEC will be required of them is an important driver for the technology...."
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