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Old 12.11.2004, 20:08   #1
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Default ICANN Domain Name Transfer Policy Becomes Effective

12 November 2004

Marina del Rey (November 12, 2004) – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that its new inter-registrar domain name transfer policy has gone into effect.

The new policy was created through ICANN's consensus-based, bottom-up policy development process and approved unanimously by both ICANN's Generic Names Supporting Organisation (GNSO) and its Board of Directors.

Similar to how telephone number portability works in many countries, enhanced domain name portability will provide for greater consumer and business choice, enabling domain name registrants to select the registrar that offers the best services and price. The new policy also simplifies and standardises the process to prevent abuses and provide clearer user information about the transfer process and options. The policy was originally announced on July 12, 2004.

Central to the new policy and its efforts to provide strong protections against unauthorised transfers and to facilitate choice in domain name registration, all registrars are now required to use a clear standardised form of authorisation that provides for the express consent of the domain name registrant prior to the initiation of any transfer.

Additional policy elements include the following (please refer to the full policy available at http://www.icann.org/transfers/ for details):
  • Requiring registrars to verify the identity of the registrant or administrative contact requesting the transfer by one of a number of approved methods to deter fraud;
  • Preserving the ability of registrants to "lock" their domains so they may not be transferred from the registrar, but requiring registrars to provide a readily accessible way for registrants to have their current registrar remove this lock at their request;
  • Enabling registrants to transfer their domain names without having to "double-confirm" the transfer once the transfer has been reliably authenticated per the new policy; and
  • Providing a robust dispute resolution process for resolving disputes between registrars, including registries implementing a "transfer undo" functionality to provide for efficiently reversing any transfer initiated in violation of the policy.
Through the new transfer policy implemented today, ICANN expects to expand the domain name user benefits of increased generic top level domain (gTLD) name market competition, including the separation of the registry and registrar functions, that have decreased domain name costs for consumers and businesses by up to 80 percent.

A recent report by the OECD concluded that 'ICANN's reform of the market structure for the registration of generic top level domain names has been very successful. The division between registry and registrar functions has created a competitive market that has lowered prices and encouraged innovation. The initial experience with competition at the registry level, in association with a successful process to introduce new gTLDs, has also shown positive results.'

Domain name users also have benefited from ICANN's implementation of a Redemption Grace Period Service that provides a 30-day period for domain name holders to reclaim their names if deleted unintentionally from a registry database. Through ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), established in 1999, more than 10,000 domain name disputes also have been efficiently and cost effectively resolved.

http://www.icann.org/announcements/a...nt-12nov04.htm
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черт черт черт и сюда лезут.

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A recent report by the OECD concluded that 'ICANN's reform of the market structure for the registration of generic top level domain names has been very successful.
Ну какого черта ОЕСД лезет своими мерзками лапами в интернетовские дела.. Единственное свободное место хотят уничтожить .. хотят нас опять обратно втиснуть под гипноз либерастов чтобы мы все время разинув рот слушали ихную брехню !!
Не получится Интернет Мозг человечества его НЕЛЬЗА контролировать из одного центра

Даешь свободу, скажем нет тоталитаризму и произволу интербюрократов !! Все бюрократы международного масштаба должны быть выбраны свободными и прямыми выборами с участием всех Землян !!
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черт черт черт и сюда лезут.



Ну какого черта ОЕСД лезет своими мерзками лапами в интернетовские дела.. Единственное свободное место хотят уничтожить .. хотят нас опять обратно втиснуть под гипноз либерастов чтобы мы все время разинув рот слушали ихную брехню !!
Не получится Интернет Мозг человечества его НЕЛЬЗА контролировать из одного центра

Даешь свободу, скажем нет тоталитаризму и произволу интербюрократов !! Все бюрократы международного масштаба должны быть выбраны свободными и прямыми выборами с участием всех Землян !!
Ну и чем тебе не угодил OECD? Конкретно чем?
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HMM, nu DNS servera vrode vse taki amerikanskie. vixodit chto i inet amerikanskii
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HMM, nu DNS servera vrode vse taki amerikanskie. vixodit chto i inet amerikanskii
нет, не все.
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13 Core DNS Servers.

iz nix tol'ko 3 ne v USA
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iz nix tol'ko 3 ne v USA
Совершенно верно

The root DNS servers are essential to the function of the Internet, as so many protocols use DNS, either directly or indirectly. They are potentially points of failure for the entire Internet. For this reason, there are 13 named root servers worldwide: the maximum possible using the DNS protocol with the minimum guaranteed IP datagram size.

They are housed in multiple sites with high bandwidth access, to try to prevent attacks such as distributed denial-of-service attacks. Most of these single-site installations are still in the United States. Usually each DNS server in a given site is actually a cluster of servers behind a load-balancing set of routers.

However, a number of root servers lie outside the United States:

i.root-servers.net is in Stockholm
k.root-servers.net is in Amsterdam and London
m.root-servers.net is in Tokyo
The modern trend is to use anycast to give resilience and to balance load across a wide geographic area. For example, both f.root-servers.net and k.root-servers.net are served using anycast from a number of sites worldwide. The use of anycast has allowed the growth of non-U.S. root DNS servers until most DNS root instances are outside the U.S.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNS_root_zone


http://root-servers.org/
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