Also known as domain kiting, domain tasting is a process by which individuals or businesses register a domain, determine its value based on traffic, and within the ICANN five-day-add grace period, choose to keep the domain or return it for a full refund.
Ward said the frequency of domain tasting has exploded.
The occurrence of domain tasting, or snatching up expired domain names and testing them for profitability, has exploded in the .
Domain tasting, which involves the registering of domain names followed by assessment of revenue generation potential, has been an increasing concern for more than a year for .
The registry will put the limit in place from 8 August 2006, in order to prevent potential abuse of the automated registration service through domain tasting.