Non-Latin characters are approved for Internet addresses

11/2/2009 | Yahoo!

In a decision aimed at making the Internet more multilingual and multicultural, the nonprofit that oversees the assignment of Internet addresses has agreed to include non-Latin script in Internet addresses and domain suffixes. The added characters, including those used in Hebrew, Arabic, Hindi and other languages, should be visible on the Internet by early 2010, say officials for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

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