[news release] SE will be introducing updated conditions of registration (Terms and Conditions of Registration applicable for the top-level domain .se from June 3, 2013) for the purpose of simplifying and clarifying the rules and regulations.
The new Terms and Conditions of Registration contains for example new wording concerning alternative dispute-solution procedures (paragraph 7) as well as a clarification in paragraph 9 concerning the handling of personal data, particularly regarding the consent for publication in whois.
In addition, new paragraph giving .SE a right to deactivate and deregister a domain name if the domain holder is a legal entity and this has been dissolved after completed bankruptcy or liquidation, or if the domain holder is a natural person and he/she has deceased has been dissolved by distribution of an estate has been added. .SE has also removed the special regulation regarding main domains since these no longer are available for new registration. In addition, linguistic adjustments and clarifications have been made.
The new Terms and Conditions of Registration will be in force from June 3, 2013 and will apply to all registered domain names under the .se top-level domain.
If you have one or more .se-domain name registered this means that the now valid version of Terms and Conditions of Registration will apply until June 2, 2013. On June 3, 2013, these will be replaced by the updated Terms and Conditions of Registration which applies to all domain name holders irrespectively of date of registration of the domain name.
If you register a new domain name during the time between May 3, 2013, and June 2, 2013, the valid version of Terms and Conditions of Registration will apply. The updated Terms and Conditions of Registration will thereafter apply to all domain name holders irrespectively of date of registration of the domain name.
If you have any questions concerning the new Terms and Conditions of Registration you can send these to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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