Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Arrive multilingual address

Internet will become closer and more accessible to millions of users around the world following the approval of a new multilingual system that addresses use of Asian and Arabic scripts. Internet Corporation for assigning names and numbers (ICAAN) has announced the end of the exclusive use latiničnih characters for the Web site address - the last day of his six-day conference which was held in Seoul. It is the largest technical change when it comes to the Internet was developed 40 years ago, said Peter dengue Thrush, President ICAAN Board. Now it will be possible to use the characters of other alphabets such as Chinese, Arabic, Korean and Japanese for the complete Internet address.

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