26 Apr '13, 7pm

ICA says No to ICANN proposal to slash UDRP response time

, in order to address cyberflight concerns while minimizing any negative impact on registrant due process rights and their ability to mount an effective defense, the domain registrar be required to notify the registrant of the UDRP filing at the same time that it confirms to the UDRP provider that the domain has been locked – and that the registrant be provided at that time with a full copy of the filed complaint, to be provided by the UDRP provider to the registrar at the time it transmits the verification request – in conjunction with an increase in UDRP response time to 24 days from the current 20 days, to restore the effective response time reduction that would result from this approach. This will assure that the registrant knows of the UDRP filing as well as its specific allegations no later than two business days after the registrar has received the verification requ...

Full article: http://internetcommerce.org/UDRP_Lock

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