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Open vs. Closed TLDs

ICANN asked:

> Should the initial DNSO Constituencies currently identified as "ccTLD registries" and "gTLD registries" be re-categorized as "open registries" and "closed registries," identified according to whether the registry is open to any registrant, worldwide ("open"), or is instead limited to certain registrants based on geography, intended use, or other criteria ("closed")?


Most of the ccTLDs could not compete with gTLDs, so "open" cctlds should redefine his strategy and become "closed" in order to remain in the new suggested constituency (Closed).

Furthermore, this suggestion would encourage the creation of cctlds like .tv, .to, .tm, etc... to compete with actual gTLDs in your new suggested constituency (open)

			Oscar Alejandro
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