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domain name

[dō′mān ‚nām]
(computer science)
An alphanumeric string which identifies a particular computer or a network on the Internet.

domain name

domain name

The term may refer to any type of domain within the computer field, since there are several types of domains (see domain). However, today, it often refers to the address of an Internet site. See Internet domain name and Internet address.

Is a Name Already Taken?


To find out if a domain name is taken, two popular domain name registrars are Network Solutions (www.netsol.com) and Go Daddy (www.godaddy.com).


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However, it is relatively inexpensive to register numerous domain names and it is a simple yet crucial step."
.id Registry Indonesian Internet Domain Name Registry (PANDI) is an Indonesian Top-Level Domain Name Registry (.ID).
Given this number, my guess on how many of these victims have instead opted to 'buy back' their own domain name from the domain squatter is as good as yours.
First, plaintiff has established that Doe had a bad faith intent to profit from the domain name defendant when he obtained unauthorized access to plaintiff's domain name registrar account and transferred control of the domain name defendant in such a manner as to avoid detection.
Foreign domain registrars have sought to collaborate with local domain name suppliers to expand their presence and improve their competitive edge.
As of June 30, 2017, the .com domain name base totaled 129.2 million domain name registrations, while the .net domain name base totaled 15.1 million domain name registrations.
In order to do this, it made domain names available in 15 languages.
l Register similar domain names. Register a few obvious variations of your domain name (for example, nike.biz or coke.com).
"The expert finds that the complainant has not established that it has rights in a name or mark which is identical or similar to the domain name, or that the domain name in the hands of the respondent [Mr Rees] is an abusive registration."
This acquisition builds on GoDaddy's broader strategy to combine the primary and secondary domain name markets.
However, given the degree of domain name scams abound in cyberspace, it is often parodied as the Wild Wild West.