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Mapping the new internet: A guide to the latest online neighbourhoods

We’re in the midst of an unprecedented expansion of the spaces available online. In previous years, choice of online address was restricted to a few after-the-dot options: .com, .net and so on, alongside country-code domain names like .uk or .de. Now, the options are theoretically endless — from .london to .luxury, .bbc to .blog. Over...

Phishing, The Force & Fashion: 2015 In .uk Domain Name Disputes

Nominet, the company responsible for .UK, has today released an annual summary of domain name disputes brought before its Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) in 2015. While the number of domains being disputed is low overall, Nominet’s award winning DRS allows .UK disputes to be settled efficiently and cost-effectively.  The service provides a low cost alternative...

Mapping the online world

It’s often said that the rise of information and communications technology has made the world smaller. The internet lets us seek and share information, across borders and across vast distances, with unprecedented speed and ease. At the end of 2015, there were an estimated 3.2 billion internet users worldwide, up from 400 million in 2000....

Nominet Strategy 2016

Firstly, I think it’s fair to say that Nominet is a distinctive company. As the guardian of the UK namespace, we deliver public benefit not only through our day-to-day activities, but also on a wider stage via contributions to international internet governance and by funding the work of the Nominet Trust. As a private company...

Releasing your personal data to third parties

The .UK WHOIS does not show a registrant’s details unless they have given consent to publication. We provide registration data to third parties with legitimate reasons, such as enforcement of legal rights or use of our Dispute Resolution Service. To obtain non-public data you must submit a Data Release Request and provide us with both...