the Owner of the techgiganten Amazon, Jeff Bezos, fighting for the right to the domain name '.amazon'.
Since 2012, eight South american countries also fought for their right to use the same domain name. And even though there ago lot of water through the creek, it does not appear that the parties themselves can solve the problem.
Jeff Bezos was the first to put the ticket into the sought-after name, when it was possible to use the kinds of endings instead of the more well-known as the '.dk' or '.com' in 2012.
It writes Politiken.
the Countries, which actually borders up to the great Amazon river, and considers that they should be allowed to use the suffix. But now the authority that issues domain names, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, provided the parties to the 21. april to find a solution.
The eight South american countries Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela, have teamed up against techgiganten, have tried to mediate peace.
They suggested that the company Amazon could use the domains to which the 'books.amazon', but countries would have the rights to, for example, 'tourism.amazon'.
The idea was quickly shot down by the billionaire. He suggested, however, that countries be able to dissolve the matter and, in turn, be paid in Amazon's e-reader, the Kindle, and free weblagerplads to a value of 30 million crowns. However, it was a nice no, thank you.
So right now doesn't suggest very much that there is a winner in the morning.