Government is totally fine with 2-letter domains in new gTLDs

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ICANN's Governmental Advisory does not plan to advice against the release of 2-character domain names in gTLDs.

Under the standard Registry Agreement for new gTLD registries, all two-character domains (any combination of letters, numbers) must not be sold or activated in the DNS.
The blanket ban was designed to avoid clashes with two-letter ccTLD codes, both existing and future.
ICANN left the door open for registries to request the release of such names, however, and many companies have formally applied to do so via the Registry Services Evaluation Process.

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