Internet guardians want to break web’s language barriers

PARIS (AFP) – When website addresses using writing systems like Chinese and Arabic were introduced back in 2009, it was hailed as a step that would transform the Internet. But 12 years later, the vast majority of the web remains wedded to the Roman alphabet – and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organisation in charge of protecting the Internet’s infrastructure, is on a mission to change it. “The truth of the matter is that even if half the world’s population…

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