Posted August 21st, 2012
As we are reaching a critical point in the evolution of the internet, we will begin to see several agencies making changes to the way they do business.Barrister & Solicitor Lorraine Fleck, has been keeping an eye on the changes that The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) have been making regarding the privacy of its registrants.She imparts important information for .ca holders that they may not have noticed after the jump.
Posted in CCTLD's by Lorraine Fleck
Posted September 10th, 2009
As part of the policy and in the event of a domain name dispute, CIRA implemented an online message delivery form which sends a message to the administrative contact of a privacy-shielded domain name. The person sending the message can ask CIRA to disclose the registrant’s contact information if the dispute is not resolved within 14 days of sending the online message. CIRA will only disclose the registrant’s contact information under specific circumstances.
Comments on the Policy can be made by e-mail, online form or regular mail. The online form and contact particulars can be found HERE.
The deadline for comments is September 24, 2009.
Tags: CIRA, privacy, Whois
Posted in Whois by Lorraine Fleck