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+ - .NET Registry may Change Domain Dispute Process-> 1

Submitted by psyclone
psyclone (187154) writes "The May 10th deadline for comments on the .net registry agreement renewal has arrived with new domain name dispute changes. Instead of UDRP, the new agreement proposes adding the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) process to the .net TLD. The URS is a quick $200 process for a trademark holder to disable and take ownership of a domain. URS also reduces the panel size from 1-3 people to a single person. You can still comment on the proposal by sending an email to ICANN."
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