ICANN apologises for TLD privacy gaffe

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Global domain name regulator ICANN has apologised for inadvertently publishing full contact information of those who applied for a generic top-level (gTLD) domain earlier this week.

ICANN publicly revealed the list of nearly 2000 proposed top-level domains and the names of the applicants as part of a splashy event on Wednesday in London.

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