World.Rugby launches .rugby as global rugby community invited to join digital revolution

World Rugby has made history by launching the .rugby internet domain name, kicking-off a digital revolution that will deliver multiple promotional benefits to the global rugby community. World Rugby’s website has become www.world.rugby and all of the international federation’s digital properties, including email addresses, are being seamlessly transitioned as part of a phased major digital […]


.GR Launches .ελ on 10 July

Greece’s internationalised ccTLD .ελ is set to launch on 10 July at 11:00 local time, the registry has announced. In an announcement by the registry ICS-FORTH GR, they advise that the registration of domain names under the .ελ country code top level domain will be possible for every interested person or legal entity, as long […]


Avoid These Mistakes When Pricing Domains

It is essential for owners to price their domain correctly before selling it. Even if they have no immediate plan to sell their domain names, they should update the price according to what is prevailing in the market. While some people know the ins and outs of the domain pricing process, many make miscalculations when […]


Neustar Sets The Record Straight On .AU Transition

The largest transition of a domain name Registry in history, the transfer all 3.15 million .au domains and associated data from Neustar’s to Afilias’ Registry platform happens Saturday night Australian time. And it has been controversial to say the least. In a post Friday by George Pongas, Vice President – Australian Registry Services, Neustar, he […]


EURid and IACC Team Up to Fight Cybercrime in .EU and .ЕЮ

EURid and the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) have announced plans to work together to fight cybercrime in the .eu and .ею domain name space. The collaboration aims to help clear the registration database from fraudulent domain names and to establish a more secure domain space for Internet users. The scope of this collaboration is based […]


ICANN: German Regional Court to Revisit Ruling in Injunction Proceedings on Request to Preserve WHOIS data

ICANN was informed Thursday that the Regional Court in Bonn, Germany, has decided to revisit its ruling in the injunction proceedings that ICANN initiated against EPAG, a Germany-based, ICANN-accredited registrar that is part of the Tucows Group.   On 13 June 2018, ICANN appealed the Regional Court’s initial decision to reject ICANN‘s application for an […]