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IE ccTLD Announces Liberalisation Date

The .ie ccTLD, which is the country code domain name for Ireland has long had very restrictive policies governing registration. Even if you were Irish or had a business based in Ireland registering a domain name in the local country code extension wasn’t straightforward – at least not compared to the ease with which you […]

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IEDR policy liberalisation "last call" video

IE Domain Name Rules Changing Soon

Last year the .ie ccTLD opened a consultation process around “liberalisation”. As anyone who has tried to register a .ie domain name would know, compared to registering a .com or .eu the amount of paperwork and general bureaucracy associated with a .ie domain name has always been excessive. The consultation showed that there was strong […]

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IEDR Opens Consultation on Removing DNS Checks

The IEDR has opened a consultation on removing DNS checks during registrations, transfers and other operations. At the moment when a .ie domain name registration is requested the IEDR will check if it passes the policy requirements and then does a technical check. If it fails the technical check the registration can fail. The same […]

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CENTR Awards 2017

CENTR Awards Held in Brussels. EURid Wins Registry of the Year

The 3rd CENTR awards were held last night in Brussels’ Bibliothèque Solvay. Each of the finalists had a short video to explain what their project was about. The winners were: Marketing Campaign Excellence Category: .CA Product Marketing team for its brand awareness and lead generation campaign (CIRA) Safe and Sound DNS Category: Barbara Povše (Registry.si) & […]

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Irish ccTLD Opens Consultation on Liberalisation

The Irish ccTLD (.ie) currently has some rather archaic and subjective policies that are hard to understand for many. Under a new policy proposal which is currently open for public consultation this could all change quite dramatically. What is being proposed is to radically reduce the requirements for IE domain name registrations to one basic […]

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Daily Stormer switched to a .ru domain

Daily Stormer Back Online Using a .Ru Domain

Daily Stormer, the right-wing hate site, has been bouncing around the internet over the last few days. After being booted by GoDaddy it switched to Google, who took the .com domain name offline. They then switched to using the “dark web” with a .onion domain. However they’ve now got themselves a .ru domain name and […]

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