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No More Geographic Rule in IE Domain Rules

Registering .ie domain names will be a little bit easier from next week. From December 20th 2016 the “geographic rule” will no longer be in effect. If you never want to register a “geo” domain then you won’t care about this change, so you can stop reading. If, however, you like or would like to […]

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Blacknight on TV!

We made the news last week, when a TV crew from Nuacht RTÉ/TG4 visited our company headquarters in Carlow. The purpose was to get our thoughts about the IEDR’s public consultation on the proposal to permit accented ‘fada’ characters used in the Irish language in .IE domain names. (We’re for it!)   You can find out […]

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Why Aren’t More IE Domains Registered?

The IEDR have published some details on .ie domain name registrations during 2015. Here are some of the key details: 35,225 new .ie domains registered in 2015, a 13% increase on 2014 Nearly 100 .ie domain names registered per day (96) Net additions (new registrations less non-renewed .ie domain registrations) up 48%, the highest number […]

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Moving Forward With .XXX Makes Sense

Internet policy and the domain name space is constantly evolving. As a company actively involved in this space we try our best to keep abreast of changes that affect us both in Ireland, the EU and globally. We also like to take an active part in the policy change and development when we can. We […]

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