ICANN (Internet Corporation on Assigned Names and Numbers) is the not-for-profit organization in charge of setting policies that govern domain name sales, distribution, management, protection and dispute. Domain name transfer policies — from one person, company or organization to another — also fall under the authority of ICANN. It’s this last area of ICANN authority that should concern you the most, because if you don’t follow the rules you may lose your domain names.
Your domain name is your personal or professional identity on the Internet and contains your most important information – such as your website, store or contact information. There are a number of commonly practiced errors that may cause domains to be exploited, hijacked, expired or deleted from Internet world. Related Articles That May Interest You […]
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