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WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting in May - Lawfuel (blog)

WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting in May
Lawfuel (blog)
The WHOIS system, which makes certain domain registration data publicly available, is an invaluable research tool for trademark owners and their lawyers. But the system as we know it is about to change forever. Because of personal data privacy ...


“Breach” is the new necessary defensive domain registration - Domain Name Wire

Domain Name Wire

“Breach” is the new necessary defensive domain registration
Domain Name Wire
Hertz registers data breach domain names. More companies should do this. These days it seems like the question isn't if a company will suffer a data breach or hack, it's when. When a company suffers a breach it usually rushes to register domain names ...

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United States: A Dark Time For Data: WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting In May - Mondaq News Alerts

Mondaq News Alerts

United States: A Dark Time For Data: WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting In May
Mondaq News Alerts
What do you do when you want to look up the owner of a domain name? You probably perform a "WHOIS search" to find out the owner's name and contact information. The WHOIS system, which makes certain domain registration data publicly available, is an ...


A Dark Time for Data: WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting in May - Lexology

The Register

A Dark Time for Data: WHOIS Blackout Period Likely Starting in May
Lexology
What do you do when you want to look up the owner of a domain name? You probably perform a "WHOIS search" to find out the owner's name and contact information. The WHOIS system, which makes certain domain registration data publicly available, is an ...
Nominet drains mug of tea, leans back, calmly explains how to make ...The Register

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Brexit: Will your .eu domain name be revoked? - Lexology

Brexit: Will your .eu domain name be revoked?
Lexology
In a recent Notice the European Commission announced that, subject to any transitional arrangement, .eu domain names will no longer be available for UK residents and entities post-Brexit. Should this be the case, over 300,000 .eu domain names will ...


Friday briefing: Industrial waste can clean up oil spills - Wired.co.uk

Wired.co.uk

Friday briefing: Industrial waste can clean up oil spills
Wired.co.uk
UK domain name registration authority Nominet has outlined its plan for making its Whois database – a searchable catalogue containing details of everyone who's registered a domain name – compliant with Europe's incoming General Data Privacy Regulation ...


Nigeria's DomainKing.NG announces Crazy Discounts on .NG domains - Disrupt Africa

Disrupt Africa

Nigeria's DomainKing.NG announces Crazy Discounts on .NG domains
Disrupt Africa
Nigeria's leading accredited domain registrar DomainKing.NG has announced big discounts on new registrations of .ng domains till 30, April 2018. The company's initiative is called the 'Crazy NG Sale'. During the sale period from April 5 till 30th April ...


'Urgent reforms' needed for auDA: Fifield - ZDNet

SmartCompany.com.au

'Urgent reforms' needed for auDA: Fifield
ZDNet
Australia's Department of Communications has completed its review of .au Domain Administration (auDA), the not-for-profit policy authority and industry self-regulatory body for the .au domain space, with Minister Mitch Fifield saying "urgent reforms ...
Plans to introduce “.au” domain registrations on hold as government forces auDA to overhaul processesSmartCompany.com.au

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Whois is dead as Europe hands DNS overlord ICANN its arse - The Register

The Register

Whois is dead as Europe hands DNS overlord ICANN its arse
The Register
The Whois public database of domain name registration details is dead. In a letter [PDF] sent this week to DNS overseer ICANN, Europe's data protection authorities have effectively killed off the current service, noting that it breaks the law and so ...


DNS is about to get into a world of trouble with GDPR | ZDNet - ZDNet

ZDNet

DNS is about to get into a world of trouble with GDPR | ZDNet
ZDNet
ICANN, the group in charge of the Domain Name System, is in a deadlock with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation over the WHOIS database and that means there's internet trouble ahead.

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