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domain name registrar

An organization that manages Internet domain names. Any person or company that wants a presence on the Internet must register a unique name with one of the more than thousand registrars around the world. In the U.S., registrars such as Network Solutions (www.networksolutions.com) and Go Daddy (www.godaddy.com) are very popular. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) maintains a list of accredited registrars (see ICANN). See Internet domain name, Network Solutions and Go Daddy.
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24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Namecheap, a leading ICANN-accredited domain registrar and web host, announces their major annual Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale.
ong - today announced the appointment of Dorcas Muthoni to the board of directors of nonprofit domain registrar Enset, a subsidiary organization.
Domain registrar and hosting company Go Daddy announced Friday the opening of a new data centre in Singapore to help accommodate its expanding international customer base.
Days after Google redirected its service to Hong Kong instead of China over concerns about censorship, domain-name company GoDaddy--the largest domain registrar on the Internet--said it would stop selling .
It increases to seven years the prison time for anyone who provides false or misleading contact information to a domain registrar, and then uses that online location to infringe on a trademark or copyright.
Domain registrar Network Solutions, now Verisign, handed over the web address to Cohen without checking the letter or contacting Kremen.
Leading Domain Registrar Joins the SedoMLS Network to Provide Customers Access to Premium Domains
He further adds that dealing with an accredited domain registrar with a long running web hosting record gives customers peace of mind over a non-accredited company.
Candidates Interested in Advising Nonprofit Domain Registrar on Issues within the Global NGO Community Must Apply by Friday, July 31
EuroDNS is an ICANN accredited domain registrar and experts in weird and wonderful domain names, with over 500 domain extensions to choose from.
The company went from being the 47th-biggest domain registrar three years ago to the second or third largest, with 4.