California AG rejects the dotOrg deal forcing ICANN to postpone .org decision

Prashant Sharan

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Deadline pushed back two weeks to May 4.

ICANN’s due date to decide if it should allow Public Interest Registry (PIR), the company that runs the .org domain, to be sold to a private equity company has been delayed again.

ICANN and PIR agreed to push the deadline to May 4. The most recent deadline was April 20.

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