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Internet News   Internet News : Is this the end of the domain transfer nightmare?
   posted by _Steve_ on 24-Mar-2003 21:09:43 (1217 reads)
An end to the frustrating, illogical and frequently abused system of transferring domain names between registrars may finally arrive this week at the ICANN meeting in Rio de Janeiro.

In meetings today and a council tomorrow, a report enticingly named "Policies and Processes for Gaining and Losing Registrars" will seek to bring some common-sense to the system of moving a domain from one registrar to another.


If adopted - and it remains an "if" - competition in the market for global top-level domains such as .com, .org and .biz will receive a huge boost and domain owners will be granted rights they have long been denied.

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Re: Is this the end of the domain transfer nightmare?
Posted on 25-Mar-2003 11:35:27
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It's about time for someone to do something about the problem. Anyone who has ever tried to get a domain name transferred to a new registrar knows what a frusterating experience this can become.

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