It’s been quite some time since our last Tiered Access statistics update. In the interim, we’ve been hard at work managing requests for disclosure of previously public registration data and, … Continue Reading
ICANN71 has now finished, and although we once again missed the usual opportunity to connect informally with colleagues from other organizations and travel to new and interesting locations, we still … Continue Reading
If you follow data privacy news, you may have heard that the EU-US Privacy Shield was invalidated recently, and as a Tucows reseller, you might be wondering how that affects … Continue Reading
The Internet as we know it may be fairly new, but that short history doesn’t mean it’s not also filled with cycles and repetition.
Back in 2003, ICANN convened the … Continue Reading
Tucows provides reasonable, lawful access to non-public registration data; this means constantly working to balance the privacy rights of registrants against the rights of third parties, most of which, in … Continue Reading
Montreal in November is not as bad as it sounds; the weather is crisp and clear, the snow isn’t too deep yet, and it doesn’t get dark until a reasonable … Continue Reading
It has been more than a year since Tucows launched our Tiered Access Compliance & Operations portal, sometimes called “Gated Whois,” and it’s been around six months since we shared … Continue Reading
ICANN’s Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) defines the procedures and rules for domain name transfers. When it was first introduced in 2004, the Policy was limited to inter-registrar transfers. Over the … Continue Reading
A small delegation from Tucows attended ICANN64 in Kobe, Japan, and we want to share a few quick highlights about the progress made in some key areas.
RDAP working group