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  1. Lox

    domains ICANN launches new RDAP conformance tool

    This week ICANN organization released a tool that enables top-level domain (TLD) registry operators and registrars with Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) services to ensure conformance with implementation requirements developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and...
  2. Lox

    domains ICANN launches new RDAP conformance tool

    This week ICANN organization released a tool that enables top-level domain (TLD) registry operators and registrars with Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) services to ensure conformance with implementation requirements developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and...
  3. jsjcjsjc

    question Only .com and .net support RDAP ? any others domain suffixes ?

    Hi as I know RDAP is the future, but it looks only verisign has the RDAP API, is there any others domain suffixes support RDAP ? Thanks in advance https://www.verisign.com/en_US/domain-names/registration-data-access-protocol/index.xhtml
  4. jsjcjsjc

    question Only .com and .net support RDAP ? any others domain suffixes ?

    Hi as I know RDAP is the future, but it looks only verisign has the RDAP API, is there any others domain suffixes support RDAP ? Thanks in advance https://www.verisign.com/en_US/domain-names/registration-data-access-protocol/index.xhtml
  5. Ategy

    news ICANN Report on .com Price Increases and More (Amendment 3)

    After multiple delays, ICANN has released it's report on Proposed Amendment 3 regarding the contract with Verisign and potential price increases to .com among other things. https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/report-comments-com-amendment-3-26mar20-en.pdf It doesn't look particularly...
  6. Ategy

    news ICANN Report on .com Price Increases and More (Amendment 3)

    After multiple delays, ICANN has released it's report on Proposed Amendment 3 regarding the contract with Verisign and potential price increases to .com among other things. https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/report-comments-com-amendment-3-26mar20-en.pdf It doesn't look particularly...
  7. Rob Monster

    discuss What to do with a UDRP fixer-upper that is held via privacy proxy?

    As many of you know, and as discussed here, Epik provides a WHOS privacy service through an affiliated but separate legal entity. WHOIS privacy has been around for a long time, but the climate is changing rapidly in 2019, particularly in case of a dispute. For one thing, the trajectory that the...
  8. Rob Monster

    discuss What to do with a UDRP fixer-upper that is held via privacy proxy?

    As many of you know, and as discussed here, Epik provides a WHOS privacy service through an affiliated but separate legal entity. WHOIS privacy has been around for a long time, but the climate is changing rapidly in 2019, particularly in case of a dispute. For one thing, the trajectory that the...
  9. Rob Monster

    Have you hugged your WHOIS privacy provider today?

    Many registrars provide WHOIS privacy services. I won't name ours because that would be promotional, strictly forbidden by Namepros moderators and severely punished! However, I do simply want to acknowledge that running a compliant WHOIS privacy proxy services in 2019 is a bunch of work...
  10. Rob Monster

    Have you hugged your WHOIS privacy provider today?

    Many registrars provide WHOIS privacy services. I won't name ours because that would be promotional, strictly forbidden by Namepros moderators and severely punished! However, I do simply want to acknowledge that running a compliant WHOIS privacy proxy services in 2019 is a bunch of work...
  11. dirk

    information The end of whois, RDAP is here.

    I didn't notice this being mentioned anywhere yet recently so here's a good read. At first glance it seems to be a welcome improvement although I haven't looked into the technical side myself. The end of whois, a warm welcome to RDAP For many decades, the “whois” protocol has been the one and...
  12. dirk

    information The end of whois, RDAP is here.

    I didn't notice this being mentioned anywhere yet recently so here's a good read. At first glance it seems to be a welcome improvement although I haven't looked into the technical side myself. The end of whois, a warm welcome to RDAP For many decades, the “whois” protocol has been the one and...
  13. News

    services Whois is going to be replaced by RDAP relatively soon

    Both companies have this week started piloting implementations of RDAP, the Registration Data Access Protocol, which is expected to usurp the decades-old Whois protocol before long.The two new pilots only currently cover Verisign’s .com and .net registries and Afilias’ .info.RDAP helps...
  14. News

    services Whois is going to be replaced by RDAP relatively soon

    Both companies have this week started piloting implementations of RDAP, the Registration Data Access Protocol, which is expected to usurp the decades-old Whois protocol before long.The two new pilots only currently cover Verisign’s .com and .net registries and Afilias’ .info.RDAP helps...
  15. News

    Industry Collaboration to Improve Registration Data Services

    The challenge with WHOIS is that it was designed for use at a time when the community of users and service operators was much smaller and there were fewer concerns about data privacy. Today it's possible to use WHOIS to collect personally identifiable information (PII), such as physical...
  16. News

    Industry Collaboration to Improve Registration Data Services

    The challenge with WHOIS is that it was designed for use at a time when the community of users and service operators was much smaller and there were fewer concerns about data privacy. Today it's possible to use WHOIS to collect personally identifiable information (PII), such as physical...
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