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Email to .uk rights holders

We are currently emailing registrants of UK domains (.co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk, etc.) that have been granted the right to the short .uk equivalent of their current domain under our 5-year reservation mechanism. Received an email about your .uk domain? We’re emailing to let eligible registrants know that: The short .uk equivalent of their UK domain...

Nominet to begin emailing .uk rights holders

From 15 September, Nominet will begin emailing registrants with rights to a short .uk domain under the .uk 5-year reservation mechanism.  This step is part of a wider programme of communication and outreach committed to as part of the launch of .uk, and reflects our commitment to inform our existing registrants of the additional rights...

.uk registrations surge to a record-breaking start

Over 50,000 registrations made within 24 hours, including stephenfry.uk, sainsburys.uk, bentley.uk and burberry.uk Oxford, UK – 11th June 2014: Within 24 hours of opening for registration, new, short .uk web domains have topped the sales charts. More than 50,000 domains were registered, making this one of the fastest selling new domain releases on record, and...

Nominet announces registration policy review

Further to our announcement of 8 August 2013, Nominet is today launching a review of its registration policy for .uk domain names. The scope of the review focuses on whether there should be restrictions on the words and expressions permitted in .uk domain name registrations. The review is to be independently chaired by former Director...

From Jaguars to Puddy Cats: 2017 in .UK Domain Name Disputes

Nominet, the profit with a purpose company responsible for running the .UK namespace, has today released the 2017 annual summary of domain name disputes brought before its award-winning Dispute Resolution Service (DRS), which allows .UK disputes to be settled efficiently and cost-effectively. A total of 712 complaints relating to 783 domains, which represents just 0.0065% of the...