ICANN plans to cancel their top level domain agreements.
ICANN has sent termination notices to ten contracted new top level domain name applicants, informing them that it plans to cancel their top level domain agreements.
The ten applicants applied for .brand top level domain names but have been slow to proceed to delegation.
ICANN warned last month that it would begin termination proceedings with applicants for about 200 top level domain names unless their owners showed progress toward delegating the strings.
The laggards are .brand applicants who are probably rethinking their decisions to operate a registry.
The ten TLDs in jeopardy are .naspers, .payu, .supersport, .mzansimagic, .mnet, .kyknet, .africamagic, .multichoice, .dstv and .gotv.