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Can it fail to be notable[edit]

Thanks for the rescue job. I've been following this story for some years (the video EL's are mine). As one of a handful of City TLDs likely to be delegated under ICANN's new rollout I don't see how it can fail to be notable. That said, the City's trumpeting of "approval" while reliably reported is a jumping of the gun somewhat. The .nyc tld has passed initial valuation - it is yet to be approved. It is assumed by the City and Neustar that the rest is a formality, but there are a few hoops yet. For instance, in a recent appearance in NYC the NTIA's Larry Strickling, in response to a question (17:10), spoke of not renewing .us with Neustar due to a lack of multistakeholderism in its management. Similar objections could yet arise w.r.t. .nyc. Wwwhatsup (talk) 01:54, 13 July 2013 (UTC)

ICANN Community objections[edit]

There was some back and forth in the ICANN community objection process. It isn't mentioned in the article thus far, but it can be found here. Wwwhatsup (talk) 13:15, 30 August 2013 (UTC)