MAY 2012 NEWS
Having to use a non-standard third-level domain for any name registration in New Zealand may be coming to an end, with the .NZ registry's overseeing body proposing the ability to register a name at the second level. Read more »
A ruling from the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) has loosened up the country's domain name registration eligibility criteria; but registrants will still have to adhere to strict guidelines in how they utilise their domain names. Read more »
Another 'old-timer' of domain name extensions is Canada's .CA; which hit a quarter of a century today - not much younger than the world's oldest extension. Read more »
Ever wondered if an unregistered domain name is receiving any traffic? Here's a tool that can help determine this before you buy it. Read more »
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a United Nation agency. Part of its function is to arbitrate and mediate resolution of domain name disputes; an activity that has kept it very, very, busy. Read more »
Email services such as GMail are robust; have plenty of features and are free - but if you're in business you really should buy a domain name as free email services may be considered amateurish. Read more »
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