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Nominet has ruled that a Berkshire-based fancy dress shop has until 21 July to hand over its Star Wars domain names to Disney after it lost a legal battle.
Running an online business can be a veritable minefield, especially when it comes to protecting brands from unscrupulous cyber squatters, looking to make money.
How sites are positioned in search results is very important to businesses, and we’ve had a number of queries from domain owners in the last few weeks about whether the major search engines treat a .uk domain differently from a co.uk domain.
You may have heard the news of the new dot London top level domain (TLD) name – a shake-up that has been stirring since the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) received 2,000 new TLD applications in mid-2012 for domains like .LOL or .app.
Amendments to the terms and conditions governing registrations of .uk domain names such as .co.uk and .org.uk will be changed from 4 May, to formalise procedures for suspending domain names used to carry out online crime.
That's the question that companies, large and small, have supposedly been asking themselves ever since ICANN announced that it was lifting the restrictions on New Generic Top Level Domain Names (new gTLDs) such as .web, .shop and .london.
What are the business benefits of more than one domain address?
12 months before the new gTLDs are to transform the internet landscape, research reveals that businesses are unaware of and have few plans to take up new domains.
Last month ICANN announced historic changes to the domain name system, allowing an increase in the number of address endings. What are the changes? How do you apply? We investigate.