Prompted by the urgency of the matter, this website is being launched to make information easier to share (like an easy to remember domain name, universalacceptance.link) and more understandable to the general public, about this issue called Universal Acceptance.
While there has been great effort for years within the domain industry to raise awareness for the need to develop and update software code to be compatible with the new reality of the Internet, the day has not yet come when any person can register and use a domain name in any top-level domain in widely distributed web browsers, email clients, in setting up accounts for Internet services and other services. It's going to take a lot more effort in raising awareness and collaboration across sectors.
This website is here to make its contribution to raise awareness, and explain things in plain English so that both software developers and everyday non-techie people and executive decision makers will better understand the changes on the Internet that are already here, and how databases, websites, and apps can be made fully-compatible.
Your questions and comments are welcomed. Add one here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.