.Org Domain Sale Decision Delayed After California Attorney General Weighs In
A number of groups are still focused on contesting the potential sale
The long-contested efforts to sell the .org top-level domain name have drawn the attention of the most-populous state in the country.
And that has led to another delay.
Spurred by a letter from California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that it would extend its review period for the sale of the .org domain until May 4. It’s the fourth time ICANN has pushed back its final decision on the deal.
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