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TLDTop-Level Domain (Internet)
TLDTroy Lee Designs (racing merchandise retailer; Corona, CA)
TLDThe Living Dead
TLDTop Level Domain
TLDTemporary Link Devaluation
TLDTag Library Descriptor
TLDTag Library Descriptor (Java Server Pages and custom tag libraries)
TLDThermoluminescent Dosimeter
TLDTypical Language Development
TLDThird-Level Domain
TLDThe Living Daylights (James Bond Movie)
TLDThermoluminescent Dosimetry
TLDThe Last Dance (band)
TLDTramigo Landmark Data (Finland)
TLDThermoluminescent Detector
TLDTop Level Design
TLDTous les Drivers (French: All Drivers)
TLDThe Last Don
TLDTeacher Licensure Degree (Jones International University; Colorado)
TLDTop Level Demonstration
TLDTest of Language Development (PRO-ED)
TLDThird-Location Decompression (National Defence and Canadian Forces)
TLDTechnical Logistics Data
TLDThermal Luminosity Device
TLDTraffic Loading Device
TLDTime Lag Discrimination
TLDTape Library Device (robotic backup tape libraries)
TLDTerm Loan D
TLDTransport and Logistics Data Set
TLDTownside, Longside, Downside (East Belfast Scouts, UK)
TLDTwin Lamb Disease (metabolic condition)
TLDTarget Location and Designation
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Reacting to these findings, Shaun Le Cornu, CEO, SLAM Strategy, said, “Although there are some exceptional reasons as to why some brands don't have any social media channels on their websites, it's still a jaw dropping number considering they have spent close to $500,000 or more (including other costs) on a brand top level domain name just to tell no one about it.
"We all recognise the value that a strong Welsh brand can bring on the international stage and the new top level domains will really help to support this," he said.
As new top level domains become available, quick decisions need to be taken as to whether further registrations should be sought."
Names.co.uk, a UK's top domain name registrars, has argued that the new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) could lead to a privatisation of the web.
Top level domains that provide an insight into an organisation's location such as ".ae" or ".co.uk" are seen as pref- erable for searches coming from that country.
The .eu' European top level domain, created by the EU, is managed by the independent non-profit organisation EURid.
The most common usage in the area of domain names is .com, which is an example of a generic Top Level Domain (gTLD).
"The risk to smaller businesses comes if the cost of setting up a top level domain name reduces over time," says Ms Mitten.
"Providing Wales with an internet top level domain is essential if these creditable goals are to be met," he said.
It also includes analysis of panelist decisions under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the registration procedures and alternative dispute resolution procedure for the new European top level domain '.eu'.
Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia said on Wednesday (10 March) that it had signed a memorandum of understanding with other mobile industry leaders to apply for a mobile Top Level Domain (TLD) from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) during the current application round, closing 15 March 2004.
From January 2004, a new top level domain name, appropriately called .name, will be launched.