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Domain Name Policy in 2001 Boudewijn Nederkoorn Chairman Council of European National TLD Registries. Emerging organizations in the Domain Name Area Trends in Naming Policies - global - European - .nl; a case study WIPO Internet Domain Name Process. Emerging organizations

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Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

Domain Name Policy

in 2001

Boudewijn Nederkoorn

Chairman Council of European

National TLD Registries


Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

  • Emerging organizations in the Domain Name Area

  • Trends in Naming Policies

    • - global

    • - European

    • - .nl; a case study

  • WIPO Internet Domain Name Process


  • Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Emerging organizations

    in the Domain Name Area

    GeneralICANN (new IANA)

    DNSO

    ccTLD specificCENTRE

    APLTD

    LACTLD

    AFTLD

    NATLD

    WWTLD


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Council of European National TLD Registries - CENTR

    • focus on European ccTLDs

    • project in 1998; 35 participants

    • legal body early 1999

    • decision on location November 1998

    • 300 KECU yearly budget


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Aspects of TLD Naming Policies

    • first come, first served

    • only organizations or also individuals can apply

    • one name per holder or more

    • restrictions on country of in corporation

    • restrictions on choice of name

    • dispute prevention and resolution


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Trends in Naming Policies

    Global

    gTLDsliberal policy with few restrictions

    ccTLDspartly operating as gTLDs

    role of governments


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Trends in Naming Policies

    • European

    • diversity of naming policiesranging from strict (.se, .fr, .no)to liberal (.de, .dk, .uk)

    • harmonization as a result of CENTR:- exchange of views and experience- documentation of practices- workshops

    • slight tendency towards liberalization


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Trends in Naming Policies

    Registry .nl:a case study

    non member organization (stability/continuity)

    supporting organization based on membership

    275 members; fee 1.000 $ per year

    formal tasks SO relate to:

    - election 4 of 7 board members- tariffs- naming policy


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Developing local TLD policy

    and naming rules

    • A case study: .NL

      • Phase 1: 1986-1996

  • One man show

    • Phase 2: 1996-1998

  • Establishment legal body

  • Evaluation after two years

    • Phase 3: 1999 -

  • New naming rules


  • Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Naming policy

    • Phase 1 (until October 1996):

      • only organizations can register

      • only one name per organization

      • second Level Domains only

      • domain name must reflect name organization

      • no appeal possible

    • Phase 2 (up until now):

      • only organizations can register

      • second Level Domains only

      • generic names not allowed unless registered as trademark

      • appeals handled by the Registry

    • Conference on 9 June 1998:

    • Evaluation and building consensus


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    Phase 3 (from 1999):

    • only organizations can register

    • Second Level Domains only

    • no direct reference to trademarks

    • all names allowed except:- names that can be misleading in social life: (government, hospital, school)- names of branches in economic life (bookstore, hotels, autolease)

    • appeals handled outside the Registry


    Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    WIPO Internet Domain Name Process

    • dispute prevention

    • dispute resolution

    • famous marks in the gTLDs

    • new gTLDs and IP-rights

  • Regional consultations in Europe:

  • Brussels September 29Budapest October 22


  • Domain name policy in 2001 boudewijn nederkoorn chairman council of european

    URL’s

    CENTRhttp://www.ripe.net/centr

    .nlhttp://www.nic.nl

    WIPOhttp://wipo2.wipo.int


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