On 19 March 2019, the European Union adopted Regulation (eu) 2019/517 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 March 2019 on the implementation and functioning of the .eu top-level domain name and amending and repealing Regulation (EC) No 733/2002 and repealing Commission Regulation (EC) No 874/2004, otherwise known as the .eu Regulation.
In our February post, we wrote about the impact that Brexit would have on UK-based .EU domain name holders and registrants to be affected by Britain’s looming departure from the EU – including not only native Brits, but also European nationals resident in the UK. Moreover, such registrants risk seeing their registrations cancelled, not only in .EU,
At the end of 2018, Verisign, the authoritative Registry for all .COM, .NET, .NAME, .CC, .TV, .EDU, .GOV and .JOBS domain names, published its third quarter report for 2018. According to the report, at the end of September there were approximately 342.4 million domain name registrations across all Top Level Domains (TLDs), which represented an
This summer, the French government, through the Home Office (Ministre de l’Intérieur), announced the publication of a detailed report on cyber threats in 2018. The report identifies, explains and illustrates current threats in the digital environment and the production of the report was coordinated by the “Délégation ministérielle aux industries de sécurité et à la
On 27 April 2018, the European Commission published a proposal for a new European Regulation in relation to the .EU Top Level Domain (TLD), planned to replace the current Regulations that deal with .EU. In short, this is because the current Regulations are seen as outdated and no longer able to deal appropriately with the