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The .fr domain name registry (AFNIC) will be making changes to its modus operandi in the coming months as a result of legislative changes in France.
From July 1st 2011 AFNIC will be publishing a full list of the previous day’s domain name registrations, while they are also making significant changes to how they handle domain name disputes. From 15 April their ADR will be suspended, while from 15 May the WIPO process will also be put on hold. AFNIC is working on a new policy resolution process, but any new process will need to be approved by the French ministry.
Full details are available on their site.
Of course I should be putting this question to AfNic…but I feel like I am in an exposed of the Twilight Zone (American TV show, circa 1980s).
I read and understood that AfNic was changing eligibility to allow EU-wide registration.
Yet I cannot find any refference to it in reports on the changes.
I wonder what happened to that?
Michele Neylon says
I know it’s meant to be happening, but I don’t think they’ve announced a date for it or any other specific details. if they have I missed it 🙂
Thanks for your comment
Please excuse typos:
*episode” of the Twilight Zone