The delegation of the .DO ccTLD happened on August 25, 1991. This delegation took place during the first stage of the CUNet (Caribbean University Project), the initiative from the OAS undertaken to set up an academic, scientific, technological and research network among the universities in the Caribbean.
Corporate / 09-11-2018
On October 10, 2010, the Netherlands Antilles were dissolved. Consequently, three new countries were born: Curaçao, Saint Martin and the BES Islands. A few months later, on January 2011, the University of the Netherlands Antilles presented its initial application to ICANN for the delegation of the .CW top-level domain for Curaçao.
News / 29-10-2018
LACTLD submitted its comments on the reservation of the 2-character strings at the top level consisting of one letter and one digit.
Corporate / 26-10-2018
In December of 1991, the .CU was registered and delegated to the NIRV Center, from APC in Canada. A few years later, in January, 1997, the .CU country code top-level domain began to be administered by CENIAInternet, a network of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment in Cuba. This is how Cuba’s NIC was created.
News / 24-10-2018
Patrik Fältström is the Technical Director and Head of Security at Netnod. He is also a member of the ICANN’s SSAC. In this article, he explains the risks and problems associated to the use of emojis in domain names.