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Domain Registrars Warned by Law Enforcement Agencies, Demanding Better Enforcement

Kevin Murphy reporting in The Register: International police have called for stricter rules on domain name registration, to help them track down online crooks, warning the industry that if it does not self-regulate, governments could legislate. The changes, which are still under discussion, would place more onerous requirements on ICANN-accredited domain name registrars, and would likely lead to an increase in the price of domains.

Read full story: The Register

Related topics: Cybercrime, Domain Names, ICANN, Law, Policy & Regulation, Security, Whois

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