URS Is a Bad Fit for .ORG, Says EFF

The online digital rights group, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) on Tuesday published a post warning ICANN’s latest move requiring the use of Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) for .org domain names is a “bad fit.” EFF argues that the use of URS, designed for a fast and cheap way to deal with cybersquatting or trademark cases…

Namecheap Files ‘Request for Reconsideration’ Against ICANN’s Removal of .ORG Price Caps Decision

One of the largest domain name registrars, NameCheap, on Monday filed a Request for Reconsideration with regards to ICANN’s recent decision to remove historical price caps for the .org top-level domain (TLD) from the Public Interest Registry (PIR) contract. NameCheap’s CEO, Richard Kirkendall says despite an overwhelming response from the community against the decision, ICANN…

The .Org Price Caps Removed Under New Agreement With ICANN

ICANN agrees to remove price caps on .org domain names in the new agreement with the operator of the top-level domain, Public Interest Registry (PIR). The decision follows controversies around the move, which included objections from registrants, non-profit entities, charities, religious organizations and others. Following the announcement, PIR once again assures the community it “is…

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