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August, 2009

  • 19 August

    Counseling for the Domain Impaired

    As ICANN continues to flex its muscles, combating domain tasting, silencing critics, and revoking accreditation from naughty registrars, many domain name registrars are apparently feeling a little uncomfortable about their understanding of ICANN policies. So, what is the treatment for post domain accreditation depression? Counseling is the answers, of course. …

  • 13 August

    ICANN: New Policy Has Reduced Domain Tasting

    In past years, if you made a mistake when registering a domain name, whether a spelling mistake or some other type of mishap, you had five days to return the domain and get a refund from your registrar. This is called the Add Grace Period. ICANN would refund the registrar …

July, 2009

  • 23 July

    Naughty registrars keep ignoring ICANN rules

    ICANN has clear policies about domain name transfers. If, for example, a person’s domain has expired but it has not yet been deleted from his current registrar, he has the legitimate right to transfer that domain to another registrar at their discretion. But three major registrars, who shall remain nameless, …