05 Jul '11, 3pm

#AFNIC releases #.FR killers by David Taylor

AFNIC releases .FR killers by David Taylor Tuesday, 05 July 2011 13:18 David Goldstein Tweet Share As regular readers of Anchovy News will know, there has recently been a fundamental shake up of French law relating to domain names. On 6 October 2010 the French Constitutional Court held that L.45 of the French Posts and Electronic Communications Code (the "Code") as well as the corresponding statutory instrument (articles R.20-45-34 ff. of the Code) were unconstitutional. As a result the French Parliament adopted a new Act on 22 March 2011 which substantially modified the provisions regarding the allocation and management of domain names under the .FR extension. The new provisions will enter into force on 30 June 2011. While some of the new provisions of the Code resulting from the Act in fact merely pass into law former regulatory provisions, a number of them have substant...

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