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Domain Name News Archive - September 2005

  • US rejects changes to net control
    The US has rejected calls by European Union (EU) officials to give control of the net over to a more representative United Nations (UN) body
    .... full story
  • Internet:: Brought to You By Iran, Syria and China
    Perhaps only the French could come up with a plan for Internet governance that is absurd that we look to ICANN as the voice of reason.
    At this week’s WSIS meetings in Geneva, France pushed the European Union to propose a new Internet Governance plan. If adopted, the EU's proposal - which calls for a government-run body to control the Internet - would mean the end of ICANN and business-led Internet policies, and hand over the future of the Internet to countries such as Iran, Syria and China
    .... full story
  • UN telcom agency says would be ready to run Internet
    The United Nations' International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is ready to take over governance of the Internet from the United States., ITU head Yoshio Utsumi said on Friday
    .... full story


  • First .travel Domain Names will be Issued on October 3; .travel Internet Domain Readies for Limited Launch
    An important travel industry benchmark, the limited launch of the .travel Internet domain, is set for Monday, October 3, according to Ron Andruff, President and Chief Executive Officer, Tralliance Corporation, New York. The limited launch of .travel precedes the official launch, which is planned for January 2006
    .... full story


  • Charlie's Angel Wins Domain Name Dispute
    The National Arbitration Forum has announced a ruling in favor of actress Jaclyn Smith, best known as a member of the original Charlie's Angels television show, and Jaclyn Smith International, Inc., a designer of clothing and domestic products, regarding rights to the Internet domain name
    .... full story


  • ICANN Posts Proposed Amendment to .NET Registry Agreement for Public Comment
    ICANN and VeriSign, the .NET Registry Operator, in consultation with representatives from ICANN-Accredited Registrars, have negotiated a proposed amendment to the .NET Registry Agreement. The proposed amendment limits registration fee increases to no more than 10% per year and incorporates a new version of the .NET Registry-Registrar Agreement
    .... full story


  • Domains that endure
    Over the past couple of weeks, two radically different hosting stories have floated across my transom. It's hard to imagine two stories more disparate than the rise of the .info domain and the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, but a strange quirk of timing meant that these two items appeared on the radar at about the same time. And they embrace two enduring truths about the Internet: some things attract a lot of attention for no readily apparent reason, and some things endure against all odds
    .... full story


  • Typo-squatters target security industry
    A serial typo-squatter appears to be targeting the computer security industry, registering domain names which are similar in all but one or two characters to the domains of companies such as Computer Associates, F-Secure, McAfee, MessageLabs and Symantec
    .... full story
  • Online smut still homeless as .xxx is delayed again
    ICANN has delayed again the approval of the .xxx top level domain (TLD) until an unspecified "future date".
    The establishment of the domain was originally agreed by ICANN in June, but has been mired in political debate after conservative groups in the US raised concerns about having a TLD specifically for porn. President Bush stepping into the fray with his own worries about a virtual red-light district last month has only slowed the process even further
    .... full story


  • ICANN OKs new domains
    Creating the ".cat" suffix for individuals, organizations and companies that promote the Catalan language and culture was relatively uncontroversial. Though the language is spoken largely in certain regions of Spain, backers say a domain name could unify Catalan speakers who live in France, Italy, Andorra and elsewhere. The name could begin appearing in use next year
    .... full story


  • Implementation of Internationalized Top Level Domains
    ICANN is issuing this formal call for papers to those who wish to actively participate in the sessions on internationalized top level domain deployment. Presentations should last 15-25 minutes, with time for questions from the floor. Papers should be submitted by 15 November 2005
    .... full story


  • Why Would a Search Engine Ban an Expired Domain Name?
    There is a thread at Search Engine Watch Forums named Should Search Engines Ban Expired Domain Names? In that thread, the creator believes that search engines remove domain names that reach the status of "pending delete."
    .... full story
  • SA domain name issue up for comment
    The .za Domain Name Authority (.zaDNA) today launched a public consultative process around the South African country code top level domain name (.za).
    .... full story


  • Comedian Bill Cosby wins rights to Fat Albert name in cyberspace
    Comedian Bill Cosby won control of an Internet domain name including the name of the Fat Albert cartoon he created in the 1960s, under a ruling issued Monday by a United Nations panel
    .... full story
  • ORG Domain Name Registry to Donate $1 Per New Domain
    The .ORG registry, has announced that it will partner with its founding organization, the Internet Society, and its technology services provider, Afilias Limited, to donate $1 USD for every new .ORG domain name registered between 8 September and 30 September 2005 to aid relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina
    .... full story
  • Are for EU?
    The European Parliament wants a domain name developed to provide a safe playground for children on the internet
    .... full story


  • Registrants For India's .In Domain Reach 130,000
    More than 130,000 registrants have taken up the .in domain name registration, under a plan by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of India to overcome the lack of a national domain registration name. The number is up from the just 6,500 .in registrations in January.
    .... full story


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