Saturday, June 13, 2015

ICANN Is Not the Internet Content Police (.LOL new gTLD)

No, ICANN Is Not the Internet Content Police but it remains responsible for allowing the .SUCKS new gTLD.

Extract: "Specifically, some maintain that if a website sponsored by a signatory to the 2013 RAA is engaged in illegal activity, ICANN should require that registrar to determine whether the website is engaged in illegal activity, demand that the website operator or registered domain name owner cease the illegal activity, and suspend the domain name if the website operator or registered domain name owner does not cease the illegal activity, effectively putting the website out of business".

Source: https://www.icann.org/news/blog/icann-is-not-the-internet-content-police.

  • Trademarks: submit your datas into the Trademark Clearinghouse (also called "tmch") to participate in coming Sunrise Periods;
  • Police Clubs can register their domain name with Uniregistry;
  • Jovenet Consulting informs and provides consultancy services on New gTLDs;
  • The Trademark Clearinghouse calendar is available here.

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