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The full list of submissions for new internet address endings has been published by the organisation co-ordinating the expansion.
The BBC was among the applicants, applying for .bbc as an alternative to .co.uk and .com.
Samsung - which had objected to the process - has taken part, applying for both .samsung and its equivalent in the Korean alphabet.
However, Coca-Cola and the snack manufacturer Kellogg, which also signed a petition in protest, have abstained.
By contrast Google has applied for dozens of the generic top-level domain (gTLD) name strings.
[edited by: engine at 1:46 pm (utc) on Jun 13, 2012]
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What! no .GOD?
Panthro: I'm guessing more authority weight will be given to these premium TLDs in the SERPs.
I don't think a Search Engine should be allowed to own generic TLDs. PERIOD.
[edited by: Webwork at 12:17 pm (utc) on Jun 14, 2012]
These are going to be lost just like .co and other similar .com-wannabes. So the only winners are going to be big fat brands and trending subjects. <==period