There are a number of new developments with respect to the new gTLD program ICANN has put out a request for organizations interested in acting as dispute resolution providers for the new gTLD process to contact us. An important component of the proposed system for approving new top-level domains is the ability for people to register objections to others' applications for particular strings, so those chosen to act as dispute resolvers will play a vital role. A "statement of work" covers what exactly...
With just over four days to go for the auction of iran.com at Sedo, the current asking price is US$735,000.
Whoever ends up with the domain can only lead to a tidy profit for the current owner - they bought the domain name for US$400,000 in only July 2007. 4980
The Church of Scientology is reportedly up in arms and has issued a cease and desist order to the Tom Cruise parody website, scientomogy.info, although the website currently is only showing a page saying the page is parked.
According to those behind the website, last month the Church of Scientology issued a cease and desist order to the New Zealand owner of the parody website, demanding they shut down the site and transfer ownership to the Church or face a law suit of up to $100,000. 4979
Anyone who recently typed KNOL.COM into their browsers following Googleâ€™s announcement of their answer to Wikipedia, where specialists write encyclopaedia-type articles, will have found they went to a website for a cleaning company in the Netherlands that sells vacuum cleaners and steam cleaning equipment.
The owners of KNOL.COM are grateful to Google for the extra visitors, especially as their website didnâ€™t crash. This is another example of a global company making an announcement...
The case of David Airey who had his domain name stolen has been getting coverage recently. But there is good news at the end of it all. Bob Parsons, owner of Go Daddy, contacted Mr Airey, confirmed his identity, and transferred the domain name back according to the Edinburgh Evening News. 4975
The case of David Airey who had his domain name stolen has been getting coverage recently. But there is good news at the end of it all. Bob Parsons, owner of Go Daddy, contacted Mr Airey, confirmed his identity, and transferred the domain name back according to the Edinburgh Evening News. 616
Ruddy Medina has advised that "Beginning December 8th 2007, the new policies regarding .pe domain names will come effective. Among the most important changes there are the chance for registration and payment on-line for the domain name, the supressing of the 10-day period for new solicitations publicity, the chance por transfering the domain to a new owner and the reduction and supressing of several previous restrictions, as were the peruvian toponymics and surnames, among others. 4973