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What happened at Namescon Global 2019

I’m now recovered from a week in Las Vegas, where myself and some of the Nominet team attended Namescon Global, the largest domain-industry conference in the world. As a registry for a country code top level domain (TLD) and purveyor of back-end services for various generic TLDs on behalf of clients, we have always seen...

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...

Member engagement update

It’s been great to meet some of you at the member ‘Lunch and Learn’ events in Leeds, Bristol and more recently Birmingham. If you would to like to know more about the format of these events, you can view this summary from a member who attended the Bristol lunch here. If anyone has any suggestions...

Shorter, snappier .uk domains to launch on 10th June

.uk registry Nominet has announced a launch date of 10th June 2014 for new ‘example.uk’ domain names. From this date, people will be able to register the shorter ‘example.uk’ domain names through their registrar, alongside existing domains such as ‘example.co.uk’ or ‘example.org.uk’. The new domain is an opportunity for those wanting a short, snappy web...

32,000 .UK DOMAINS SUSPENDED AS LAW ENFORCEMENT AND INDUSTRY KEEP .UK SAFE

Responsible for running and keeping the .UK internet infrastructure secure, Nominet has today published its update on .UK domains suspended for criminal activity over the 12 months to October 2018. Nominet suspends domains following notification from the police or other law enforcement agencies that the domain is being used for criminal activity. The statistics The criminality report shows...