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The Dot Tickets Organisation becomes first independent firm to pass the ICANN evaluation in its bid to revolutionise online ticket sales and protect internet users

British company The Dot Tickets Organisation, one of the applicants in the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) process to create hundreds of new internet addresses alongside .com, has been named as the first independent company to successfully pass the stringent ICANN criteria for the “.tickets” Top Level Domain (TLD) at the end of a 12 month process of assessment and scrutiny.

Established to protect vulnerable consumers from the multi-billion-dollar problem of internet ticket fraud, which affects more than 2 million people in the UK at a total cost GBP 864 million*, the Dot Tickets Organization proposes that new “.tickets” domain names should only be available to vetted ticket websites which meet industry agreed standards of consumer protection to give peace of mind...

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