The brains behind the .travel TLD have opened the domain up to two more types of travel-related companies, in response to "demand for the expansion of the .travel Internet space". No word on if the demand is from the companies themselves, or from domain registrars that want more fees. Apparently the earlier claim that new TLDs like .travel make consumers feel safer hasn't led to a rush on registrations. So, like the proverbial tree falling in the forest, what happens when ICANN approves a domain nobody wants?
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