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FRIDAY, 11 APRIL 2008
Scotland: Plans for a .sco domain
The Times reports that Alex Salmond, Scotland's first minister, is to lodge a formal request with Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to change the endings of all websites based in Scotland from “.co.uk” to “.sco”. Christine Grahame, a Nationalist MSP, is quoted as saying that the "... introduction of the .sco suffix on all official e-mail addresses and websites would enhance the positive Scottish brand at official level." A spokesman for ICANN confirmed towards the The Times that the Scottish government would be able to apply for a .sco domain when ICANN accepts applications for new names later this year.
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