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by .Nxt, 12 Jun 2012. "... But having already fought a number of bruising battles, the organization in charge [ICANN] is insisting, against advice, on moving forward with a system called "digital archery" as a way to prioritize applications.
Under the system, all applicants will select a time some point in the future and then click their mouse as close as possible to the agreed time. The 500 fastest clickers (measured in milliseconds) will have their applications reviewed first. That process is expected to take between 5-7 months after which the next "batch" will be reviewed.
This approach has been complicated by a number of factors. For one, there are over 1,900 applicants, meaning the slowest clickers can expect to wait a full two years until their applications are considered - a lot of pressure for a single click of a mouse..."
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