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IE Domain Registration to be Simplified

The short version: Before the end of March 2018 the .ie domain name registry rules are going to be simplified. A LOT. All you’ll need to do is show your “connection” with Ireland in order to get a .ie domain name. What that means is that if you’re an Irish resident or business you’ll just […]

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We Need to Liberalise the .IE Domain Rules – Here’s Why [Audio]

There are just 3 more days left for the public to make submissions in the IE Domain Registry’s (IEDR) public consultation on the proposed changes to the rules for registering domain names in .IE, the country-code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) for Ireland. Blacknight joins other registrars and stakeholders in the Irish internet industry, and the board […]

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Dot IE Domain “Will Remain Protected” after Policy Change says CEO

The Chief Executive of IE Domain Registry (IEDR), David Curtin, has said that the .IE domain will remain protected against fraud and abuse, in the event of the registry’s adoption of proposals which would see a liberalisation of the current rules. Under the current rules, to register a .IE domain name, an individual or business […]

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Like .it?

I sometimes worry a bit about our designer. He’s a nice guy, but he’s a little odd at the best of times. Today, for example, I asked him for a simple graphic to promote our latest special offer. Now what on earth the image above has to do with .it domain names is beyond me, […]

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Comreg Publish IEDR Report

Comreg, the Irish Communications Regulator, has published their report on the consultation on the IEDR / IE namespace. You can download the various documents including the submissions from their site. For convenience here is their press release: The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has today published itsResponse to Consultation on a new framework for the […]

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