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The .in Registry has introduced new policies regarding anonymity involving India‘s ccTLD. After proclaiming that domain investors are not welcome, NIXI (National Internet Exchange of India), demands that domain registrars offering .in registrations agree to the following:
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"The use of VPN addresses should be blocked by the registrars."
Um... is there a list or something? :xf.rolleyes:
 
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There are more rule changes:
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Why don't they just terminate all accreditations and only take direct registrations?
They would quickly learn how "easy" it is to comply with all these elaborate rules.
The biggest country in the world and the registry acts like a backwater tld serving a dozen registrants...
 
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I only have one .co.in and it has private Whois. So do I need to remove that to keep my name? I’ve earned about 1.1 bitcoin from the domain name.
 
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I only have one .co.in and it has private Whois. So do I need to remove that to keep my name? I’ve earned about 1.1 bitcoin from the domain name.
you are so awesome!
 
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It may be trying to cut itself off from the rest of the world.
 
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