Posted by Jennifer Sokolowsky on February 18, 2011 03:00 PM
With Facebook now recognizing same-sex partnerships on profile pages, there may be hope yet for the movement to see .gay become an official domain.
The man behind a move to register the top-level Internet domain .gay says his effort is about more than just a name; it is about community.
Scott Seitz, the CEO of dotGay, is planning to ask the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to approve .gay as ICANN’s application period begins.
Seitz says his vision is for .gay to be a mixed profit and nonprofit “venue for enhancing our ability to interact with each other as a community,” with the power to filter and police content.Continue reading...