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NIC Chile Responds To Coronavirus Giving Registrants More Time

With COVID-19 (coronavirus) wreaking havoc around the world, NIC Chile has given registrants of .cl domain names some respite in case they’re not able to pay for their domain name renewal in time before they would normally be deleted for non-payment. NIC Chile announced they will delay deactivation and subsequent cancellation of domain names that […]

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.IL Now Allows Registrations Up To 5 Years

ISOC-IL announced via a news release last week that registrants of domain names for Israel’s ccTLD are now able to register and renew .il domain names for up to 5 years. Previously the options were for one or 2 years. The change occurred on 1 January 2020, but this is the first public announcement of […]

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ICANN’s Open Data Platform Now Live

ICANN Thursday announced the launch of the Open Data Platform. This effort is part of ICANN‘s Open Data Program (ODP) operationalized by the Office of the Chief Operations Officer. The goal of the Open Data Program is to provide the ICANN community with access to ICANN publicly available data. This first version of the new […]

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ICANN: Name Collision Analysis Project Study 1

Brief Overview Purpose: This Public Comment proceeding seeks input on the draft Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP) Study 1 report produced by the Office of the CTO. Current Status: The report presents the findings for Study 1 of the Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP). The purpose and scope of Study 1 were defined in a […]