|Forum: Domain Names|
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|121:|| ICANN Ponder Feasibility of TLDs .exe and .pdf|
"ICANN is considering the impact of introducing TLDs with common filenames, such as .exe, .pdf, .mp3, etc."
|Feb 15, 2008|
|122:|| ICANN Proposal To Reveal Persons Identity When Whois is Registration is Private|
If you protect your privacy by using a proxy registration service, under ICANN's latest proposals, it will no longer be necessary to obtain a court order or subpoena requiring a proxy registration service to reveal the details of the individual.
|June 25, 2015|
|123:|| ICANN Proposal to Release New Country and Territory Domains|
ICANN has started a public comment over the release of new country and territory domains within the .HONDA, .AXA, .EPSON, .HSBC, .XYZ and .COLLEGE TLDs
|Apr 4, 2015|
|124:|| ICANN Puts Registerfly On Notice with Legal Action|
"gives notice to Registerfly of ICANN's intention to file suit against it in federal court on Tuesday, March 6."
|Mar 5, 2007|
|125:|| ICANN Releases Tools Related to Domain Name Vulnerability|
"It has also prepared an FAQ and online domain testing tool to raise awareness of the problem, and to encourage network operators to rectify or update their servers."
|Aug 7, 2008|
|126:|| ICANN Reopens TLD Application System Until May 30|
During the last few weeks, we have fixed the technical glitch that caused us to take the system offline.
|May 22, 2012|
|127:|| ICANN Says "Domain Tasting" Almost Eliminated|
"ICANN claims its efforts led to a 99.7% decline in domain tasting for all registries that implemented the new policy."
|Aug 20, 2009|
|128:|| ICANN Says "Yes" to .Travel|
" ICANN has entered into commercial and technical negotiations with two of the candidate registries, .post and .travel. No limit was set on the number of sTLDs to be designated and the status of the additional eight applicants is still pending."
|Jan 24, 2005|
|129:|| ICANN Says Adoption Of IPv6 Is Essential|
"Quite simply, it comes down to the simple fact that IPv6 is the future of the Internet,"
|Feb 1, 2010|
|130:|| ICANN Set to Approve Non Latin Domain Names|
"Rod Beckstrom, ICANN's new president and CEO, said that if the change is approved, ICANN would begin accepting applications for non-Latin domain names and that the first entries into the system would likely come sometime in mid 2010."
|Oct 26, 2009|
|131:|| ICANN Settles Site Finder Domain Dispute with Registrar VeriSign|
"...VeriSign suspended the Site Finder service shortly after it was introduced. The company sued ICANN months later, arguing that the agency's actions, including the decision on Site Finder, impeded VeriSign's efforts to offer moneymaking services. ICANN later countersued."
|Dec 28, 2005|
|132:|| ICANN Suspends Digital Archery Part Of New gTLD Program|
Given public comment regarding the timestamp process and that many applicants had yet to register a timestamp, the decision was taken to suspend the system now, pending further analysis of the process.
|June 25, 2012|
|133:|| ICANN Takes TLD Application System Offline Due To 'Unusual Behavior'|
ICANN is taking the most conservative approach possible to protect all applicants and allow adequate time to resolve the issue.
|Apr 12, 2012|
|134:|| ICANN Terminates EstDomains, Inc. Registrar Agreement||Oct 30, 2008|
|135:|| ICANN Terminates RegisterFly.com's Accreditation|
"ICANN has issued a letter to RegisterFly indicating that it will cease operating as an ICANN-Accredited Registrar on March 31, 2007"
|Mar 17, 2007|
|136:|| ICANN To Face Objections From Governments Over New Net Addresses|
Some countries have already registered individual complaints, but the latest move represents collective concerns.
|Nov 20, 2012|
|137:|| ICANN To Introduce New TLDs By Mid 2008|
"ICANN officials, wrapping up a week-long meeting in Puerto Rico, said their goal was to have in place by next year a permanent process to allow for new, generic top-level domain names, as well as to begin "internationalizing" domain names.
|July 2, 2007|
|138:|| ICANN To Press Ahead Expanding TLDs, Despite Criticism|
Each top level domain would cost $185,000. Applications will be accepted beginning on January 12, although it is not known when the first new registries will be up and running.[br][br]"Of course, we're going to go slow," said a source close to ICANN.
|Jan 6, 2012|
|139:|| ICANN Votes In Favor To Approve Dot X X X gTLD|
"ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, said the next step would be talks with ICM Registry to ensure that it still had sufficient backing from the adult industry to justify its creation."
|June 25, 2010|
|140:|| ICANN Votes This Week on New Domain Extensions|
"If the proposal is accepted by ICANN's board then almost any extension that is 64 characters or less could be used"
|June 24, 2008|
|141:|| ICANN Wants To Speed Up Internationalized Domain Name Development|
"The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will speed development of country-coded top-level domains and local-language scripting, the group announced Wednesday at the Internet Governance Forum in Rio de Janeiro."
|Nov 15, 2007|
|142:|| ICANN Wants to End USSR Domain, But It's Still In Demand|
"Russian Internet enthusiasts are locked in a tussle with an international body over a relic of the Soviet past -- the .su domain name assigned to the country just before the Soviet Union collapsed."
|Sept 24, 2007|
|143:|| ICANN and VeriSign End Long-Standing Dispute|
"ICANN today announced that it has reached an proposed agreement to end all pending litigation over its long-standing dispute with VeriSign... ..Importantly, the creation of a clearly defined process for the introduction of new registry services is incorporated in a new .COM Registry Agreement..."
|Oct 25, 2005|
|144:|| ICANN makes another attempt at Tiered Pricing for Domain Names|
ICANN has posted draft contracts for new gTLDs. This would re-open the issue of tiered pricing for domains that the registry operators lost 2 years ago due to public outcry.
|Nov 10, 2008|
|145:|| ICANN new transfer policies take effect Nov 12|
This change looks like a two edged sword. Registrars can no longer hold a domain hostage and refuse the transfer - but will domain hijackings increase with these new policies?
|Sept 11, 2004|
|146:|| ICANN says can't comply with Spamhaus court order|
"Only the Internet registrar with whom the registrant has a contractual relationship - and in certain instances the Internet registry - can suspend an individual domain name. "
|Oct 12, 2006|
|147:|| ICANN to Study if Whois Lookups Are "Monitored"|
"When the domain name of interest for which an availability check is made is registered shortly after such a check, the individuals making the availability check may reasonably assume that the organization operating the web site or service they used to determine the availability of the name preemptively registered the name."
|Oct 24, 2007|
|148:|| ICANN under threat as consultation closes|
"The future of internet domain regulator ICANN hangs in the balance as a US government consultation closes this week."
|July 5, 2006|
|149:|| ICANN working group seeks to kill WHOIS|
An ICANN working group is seeking public input on a successor to the current WHOIS system
|June 26, 2013|
|150:|| ICANN's Domain Expansion Criticised, and May Cause "Collisions"|
Particularly troubling is the possibility of widespread "name collisions" that could happen when domains used by internal corporate computer systems, such as ".corp" or ".home", get assigned to the Web more broadly.
|July 15, 2013|
|151:|| ICANN's Trademark Clearinghouse - Launches March 26|
The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) - launching March 26 - is the most important rights protection mechanism built into ICANN's new gTLD program. It allows brand owners to submit their trademark data into one centralized database, prior to and during the launch of new gTLDs. Simply put: The TMCH is a one-stop-solution for protecting your brand in the new gTLD era.
|Mar 14, 2013|
|152:|| ICANN: Domain Front Running Generally "Misunderstandings"|
"The committee said the 120 claims of "domain name front running" it reviewed generally resulted from misunderstandings about how the domain name industry works."
|Feb 17, 2008|
|153:|| ICANN: Harms Caused by NXDOMAIN Substitution||Nov 26, 2009|
|154:|| ICANN: Non-Latin Characters for Top-Level Domains Go Live|
"For the first time in the history of the Internet, non-Latin characters are being used for top-level domains."
|May 12, 2010|
|155:|| ICANN: Unrestricted Pricing for .Org/.Info/.Biz is O.K.||Aug 25, 2006|
|156:|| ICANN: final approval ending legal dispute with VeriSign|
"The Board of Directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has given its final approval to a settlement that ends legal disputes with VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN) and anoints that company as the operator of the lucrative dot-com registry through 2012."
|Mar 2, 2006|
|157:|| IPv6 Launch Day, June 6, 00:01 GMT|
To ensure a smooth transition, and to make sure devices do not stop working, both systems will work side-by-side for the next few years.[br][br]"Most users shouldn't notice anything," said Leo Vegoda from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which manages the Internet address system.
|June 6, 2012|
|158:|| Icann Weighs Candidates for .NET Job|
"VeriSign's contract to run the dot-net domain expires at the end of June, and we have spoken with the director of the non-profit German organisation looking to take over"
|Jan 23, 2005|
|159:|| Invested $18,000 Acquiring a One Word, Industry Defining .Org Domain|
"Anyone else spend what you may consider mad money recently for a domain?"
|July 18, 2013|
|160:|| Is "www" redundant?|
Sometimes it's valuable to take a second (or even first) look at the basics. In this thread our community does that in a very thorough way for the ubiquitous "www" subdomain.
|Sept 28, 2005|