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Implementation of CIRA’s new .CA WHOIS Policy

Posted by Karen Monteith on April 18th, 2008

Further to our earlier post regarding changes to CIRA’s WHOIS Policy, the change in policy is scheduled to take effect June 10, 2008. Under the new .CA WHOIS Policy, information about individual Registrants and their Administrative and Technical contacts will no longer be displayed. Individual Registrants may “opt-in” to display their information.  Information about corporate [...]

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.CA Domain Name Registrations Reach 1 Million Milestone

Posted by Karen Monteith on April 16th, 2008

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) announced today that 1 million .ca domain names have been registered, indicating the increasing popularity of .ca domain name registrations. To register a .ca domain name, one must satisfy the Canadian Presence Requirements. The owner of a Canadian registered trade-mark, for example, would qualify to register a .ca domain [...]

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It’s Hallowe’en But There’s Not Much Interest In Hell(.Com)

Posted by Neil Melliship on October 30th, 2006

Recent bidding for the hell.com domain name failed to live up to it’s owner’s hopes, with no one matching the $1 million (U.S.) reserve bid. In case you’re interested, the hell.ca domain name is taken and links to an active site, unlike hell.com, which apparently operates in a “private parallel web”.

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