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Google fights to get 42 Google-related domain names

September 12, 2011Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Google fights to get 42 Google-related domain names

Google has recently filed a complaint with the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center asserting legal rights over 42 Google-related domain names .

CO.NO goes Live in One Week!

February 17, 2011Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on CO.NO goes Live in One Week!

altFollowing a successful Sunrise period, CoDNS, the operator of .CO.NO. is glad to announce the opening of the Go Live period, starting on February 22nd at 2:00 pm GMT. Application requests can be made by the general public without any restriction or priority rights, and will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. A local presence in Norway is not required.

Photon to takeover Dark Blue Sea?

October 2, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Photon to takeover Dark Blue Sea?

Photon Group announced yesterday its intentions to takeover DBS and made an offer of 30 cents a share for 50.1% of the company. Photon currently has a 30.55% interest and Huon Capital have already indicated that they will accept the offer for their 14.25%. This means that after 2 years Photon just needs 5.3% more of the shares to finally secure Dark Blue Sea.

Photon to takeover Dark Blue Sea?

October 2, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Photon to takeover Dark Blue Sea?

Photon Group announced yesterday its intentions to takeover DBS and made an offer of 30 cents a share for 50.1% of the company. Photon currently has a 30.55% interest and Huon Capital have already indicated that they will accept the offer for their 14.25%. This means that after 2 years Photon just needs 5.3% more of the shares to finally secure Dark Blue Sea.

Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France!

September 17, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France!

altIn a ruling published on August 29th 2009, Paris’ Tribunal de Grande Instance has clarified the legal framework of domain names registrars.

Five years since the first law framing the liability of technical intermediaries such as Internet Service Providers (based on EC Directive 2000/31/EC) the Court explains that the Registrar’s business is of a “strict technical nature [and performed] following specific requests from customers who bear the sole responsibility of choosing and using the domain name”.

Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France!

September 17, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France!

altIn a ruling published on August 29th 2009, Paris’ Tribunal de Grande Instance has clarified the legal framework of domain names registrars.

Five years since the first law framing the liability of technical intermediaries such as Internet Service Providers (based on EC Directive 2000/31/EC) the Court explains that the Registrar’s business is of a “strict technical nature [and performed] following specific requests from customers who bear the sole responsibility of choosing and using the domain name”.

Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France?

September 16, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France?

altIn a ruling published on August 29th 2009, Paris’ Tribunal de Grande Instance has clarified the legal framework of domain names registrars.

Five years since the first law framing the liability of technical intermediaries such as Internet Service Providers (based on EC Directive 2000/31/EC) the Court explains that the Registrar’s business is of a “strict technical nature [and performed] following specific requests from customers who bear the sole responsibility of choosing and using the domain name”.

Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France?

September 15, 2009Aftermarket, Domaining, DomainnewsComments Off on Domain Registrars legal framework clarified in France?

altIn a ruling published on August 29th 2009, Paris’ Tribunal de Grande Instance has clarified the legal framework of domain names registrars.

Five years since the first law framing the liability of technical intermediaries such as Internet Service Providers (based on EC Directive 2000/31/EC) the Court explains that the Registrar’s business is of a “strict technical nature [and performed] following specific requests from customers who bear the sole responsibility of choosing and using the domain name”.