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ICANN Update: March 2014

The ICANN 49 meeting in Singapore has drawn to a close, with many discussions focused on the rollout of the new gTLD program. There was however, another key development with broad implications for the way the Internet is governed. We take a look at the implications of a recent announcement by the US National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA):  

March TLD Round-up

Please see below for our latest overview of news from the domain name universe:   .ar Domains No Longer To Be Free As of 5 March, NIC Argentina introduced a registration fee for .ar domain names of less than 200 pesos ($25.50) per year, ending the policy for free domain names.    German Court Rules Registrar Can Be Held Responsible For Copyright Infringement

Winning Online in the Age of Digital Deception

Counterfeiting and brand theft crimes have been given unlimited new life and opportunity online — they affect all industries and all major brands on a global scale. So how can companies selling products online mitigate these risks?

New gTLDs: Corporate Strategies Unfolding

The new gTLD rollout is now well underway and the new domain names have many businesses are closer to seeing new domain names go live. Following the launches of particular strings, we have started to see the first examples of successful and unsuccessful gTLD strategies. What can we learn from the past few months about the threats and opportunities posed by new gTLDs?Doing Nothing Will Cost You

ICANN Update: February 2014

Please see below for our monthly summary of the latest ICANN To Launch 10 June 2014


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