The Italian country code registry announced last week that they’d passed the 3 million domains registered. With the Italian registry about to kick off celebrations of their 30 years in existence the milestone was quite timely. The first .it domain name was registered in December 1987. They hit 1 million names registered in 2005, a […]
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In common with several other ccTLDs, the .nz ccTLD is split into two bodies. While the registry operator is NZRS, the policies are managed by a different entity The Domain Name Commission. They’ve recently been reviewing their whois related policies and have come up with a proposal which would allow private individuals to opt out […]
In common with a number of other ccTLDs, Nominet has policies governing “criminal activity” involving domain names. The Nominet policy in this areas was formalised back in 2014 and allows them to suspend domains based on reports from a variety of sources: The revised terms and conditions published by Nominet expressly prohibit any .uk domains […]
The IEDR have issued details of the 2015 domain name registrations. Overall the .ie namespace has grown. As with previous years the more densely populated areas of Dublin, Cork and Galway accounted for a higher number of domains than other parts of the country. Here’s the full release: Almost 100 .ie domains registered every […]
IEDR have announced via an email to their registrars two new hires: Customer Operations Manager Financial Controller The roles were previously held by one person, Angela Butler, who not only ran both areas of the IEDR’s business, but also acted as the organisation’s number 2. Ms Butler announced her departure from IEDR a couple of […]
The IEDR, which runs the .ie ccTLD, is currently advertising for three positions. All positions are based on the outskirts of Dublin city where the IEDR is headquartered. The roles are: Financial Controller Registration Services Administrator Customer Services Manager While no indication of salary is listed they probably pay reasonably well, as the job market […]
SIDN, the .nl domain name registry, has issued an alert to its registrars about a phishing attack targetting .nl registrants. The emails carry the subject line “Domeinnaam.nl updaten” (“Update domainname.nl”) Here’s what it looks like: More information on the SIDN site.