domain name registration
Lately there have been rumours about the liberalisation of the .al extension (Albania).
If you currently wish to register a domain name in Albania, you need to own a local address. However for a while now, there have been rumours that this local presence will soon no longer be a restriction to register a domain name [More...]
Today DNS.be (.be registry) published a press release showing that 2012 was a great year for .be registrations.
In 2012 over 300.000 new names were registered during 1 year for the first time. In 2012 306.341 new .be names were registered to be exact. Because of those new registrations the .be extension enters the top 10 [More...]
A while ago the univerity of Harvard registered the domain name harvard.xxx
Harvard mainly did this to prevent that someone else would register this name and put ‘adult’ content on this website. Harvard isn’t the first to do so, many other universities and large companies already registered their domain name under the .xxx extension.
They did this [More...]
Google recently bought the domain name yt.be. This domain will be used by Google as an URL shortener for YouTube, Google’s own video service.
Currently Google uses the domain youtu.be as an URL shortner for YouTube but now they became the owner of yt.be, a domain that was already registered since 2003. Those URL shorterners [More...]
TradeMark ClearingHouse (TMCH), the party via which trademark holders need to file an application first if they wish to register a name during a sunrise phase of a new gTLD, is about to perform a test run.
At the end of May, the sunrise phase for 2 subdomains will begin, radio.fm and radio.am. The registry [More...]More...
TradeMark ClearingHouse has opened its doors
On March 26th 2013 TradeMark ClearingHouse (TMCH) opened its doors. TMCH will play an important role during the sunrise phase of the release of the new gTLD’s.
The release of the approved extensions will happen in the 3 well known phases: sunrise, landrush and general availability. During the sunrise, owners of a registered mark are given the chance to register their mark under one or several extensions. If you’re a mark owner and you wish to do so, it’s necessary you first register your trademark at the TradeMark ClearingHouse. TMCH is the party who will check whether you definitely are the owner of this mark. Moreover they’ll also keep you posted for at least 90 days after the release of a new gTLD if someone else tries to register your mark under this new gTLD.
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