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ICANN choses Paris for mid-2008 meeting
Nothing's official yet, but Paris is apparently ICANN's choice for its June 2008 meeting.
Spammer gets 30 years
Illegal online drugstore millionaire sentenced to 30 years in jail.
Upgrading Mexico's domain names
The .MX registry will now list owner details for each domain names, allowing owners to be clearly identified on the country's public databases.
Inside the ICANN meeting venue selection process
ICANN staff are in Paris to gauge the French Capital's bid to host an ICANN meeting in 2008. A chance to look more closely at how ICANN meeting venues are selected.
Chinese registrars band together for code of conduct
Domain name vendors launch "self-discipline" convention to clean up local market.
"ICANN is not a legitimate international organization"
Louis Pouzin, the French Vint Cerf, talks exclusively to Domaines.info about what's wrong with the way the Internet is currently managed, what can be done about it and why ICANN's should not be the Internet's custodian.
.MOBI promotional video
Thanks to Dotmobiz for pointing out an interesting little video of Bank of America's promotion of their online banking service, with Olympic kayaker Brett Heyl showing how he uses the service on the go.
.TRAVEL founder resigns
Ron Andruff, the man who created .TRAVEL and its registry Tralliance, has decided the time is right for him to 'pursue new opportunities and interests'.
DE domain breaks new registration record
Germany's Internet extension reaches new heights by crossing the 11 million registered domain mark.
Paris and Belgrade both want to host ICANN meeting
Next year's second ICANN meeting is scheduled for the European region. Two candidates have stepped forward: Paris and Belgrade. A final decision is expected in September.
.MOBI city names won't be given away
As part of its drive to strengthen .MOBI awareness, registry dotMobi is releasing some 650 previously reserved city names. But it's not giving them away. We asked dotMobi for details…
EURid takes down .EU slammer
The real .EU registry has taken prompt action to block a fake EU registry calling itself 'EU ID' from tricking .COM owners into registering the equivalent .EU domain.
Requirements Panel launched for .EU
European registry EURid calls upon registrar community to help suggest and enact improvements to the .EU registration and management system.
Possible parliamentary support for .BERLIN
Proposed CityTLD .BERLIN is facing opposition from the German city's senate but may yet rally support from its parliament.
Will ICANN go French in 2008?
Internet watchdog ICANN holds three meetings a year. Decisions taken there can affect Internet users the world over. In 2008, one of the proposed meeting venues is Paris. A first for the French Capital.
What is ICANN's definition of progress?
ICANN management has concluded the corporation's 2nd general meeting of the year with upbeat comments on new Internet domains. Not everyone shares that optimism.
Launch dates for .ASIA revealed
It’s now official. Precise dates and procedures for the multi-part Sunrise process were announced last Tuesday at the ICANN meeting in San Juan. Here is what you need to know.
New CityTLDs: coming soon?
They're the talk of the town (no pun intended) at the ICANN meeting, currently under way in the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. But not everyone agrees that CityTLDs such as .BERLIN are a good idea…
DotAsia start-up now set for October 2007
Look forward to precise date announcement for the three-part launch next week during the San Juan Icann meeting.
AFNIC board renewed
French registry AFNIC's board elections took place last week in Paris. Half the board seats were up for renewal, with elected members to serve three year terms.
How to kill junk mail
A new open standard to make sure that email originates from the owner of the domain name it claims to come from has just been published. How is it going to help get rid of spam and phishing attacks?
Should obsolete ccTLD’s be allowed to die?
ICANN is considering retiring extensions that no longer stand for existing countries, like .SU (for the former Soviet Union). Good idea or disaster waiting to happen?
One step closer to Dot ASIA
ITU elects new Secretary General
Hamadoun Ibrahim Touré, from Mali, elected to replace Japan's Yoshio Utsumi as Secretary General of UN's International Telecommunication Union.
How much for a typo domain name?
Domainers love typos. These people make their living by setting up link pages using domain names that surfers are likely to type in error. When you land on one of them and distractedly click on one of their links you generate advertising revenue for the happy domainer.
European Commission welcomes new ICANN contract
EU Commissioner for Information Society and Media Viviane Reding declares new agreement an important step towards full private-sector management of the Internet.
EURid opens regional office
Dot EU registry EURid has opened an office in Sweden and plans two more, in the Czech Republic and in Italy. Their aim is to increase the level of service on offer to all regions of Europe.
ICANN and DoC sign new agreement
Internet overseer ICANN has inked a new agreement with the United States Department of Commerce (DoC) to replace the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) previously in place between both parties.
Nominet takes tough stance on domain tasting
UK registry introduces sanctions for registrars considered to be involved in acts of domain tasting.
EURid suspends 74 000 .EU domain names
EURid, the non profit organisation operating the Internet top level domain .EU, has suspended 74 000 .EU domain names and has sued 400 registrars for breach of contract.
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