Considerations for Innocent Domain Name Owners
The ICANN Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP") and the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act ("ACPA") present grave risks to innocent domain name owners. This page offers some general comments for domain name owners to assist them in avoiding loss of their domain names.
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Want to open a .SHOP?
Fancy a .shop domain name? How about .ltd, .inc, or even .xxx?Thought all these names were rejected by ICANN and would never see the light of day?Think again.
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Renew Your Domain Name!
There is an old saying, "Experience is the best teacher." It's very true, isn't it? I've read countless articles on renewing my domain name.
Biz Has Launched!
After a variety of delays, the .biz domain name goes "live" today. From 00:00:01 EST November 7th, .biz names can be registered in real-time at domain registration sites across the Net.
The Single Most Powerful Way to Build an Internet Identity
It's getting harder and harder to find a good name for your new web site. The obvious domains for your business are likely long gone.
How Secure Is Your Domain Name?
Fancy playing Russian roulette with your online business?
Of course not, but if you knew how insecure your domain name might be, you'd realize what a risk you were taking. Here are five potential security risks pertaining to domain name ownership and tips to minimize them.
Dot Bomb - Trend or Lesson?
In these days of the "dot bombs", there are a number of us who are getting nervous about the future of the WWW as a viable means making a living.
Be A Domain Name Speculator/Investor
A question we are often asked is whether or not it is too late to get into the domain name speculation business. By this we mean the practice of buying a domain name now in the hopes of selling it sometime down the road for a great profit.
This Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the "Policy") has been adopted by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ("ICANN"), is incorporated by reference into your Registration Agreement, and sets forth the terms and conditions in connection with a dispute between you and any party other than us (the registrar) over the registration and use of an Internet domain name registered by you.