21 Apr '11, 12pm

ICANN Sends Breach Notice to EuroDNS Over Facebook UDRP

ICANN threatens EuroDNS if it fails to transfer domain name to Facebook. ICANN has sent a Notice of Breach (pdf ) to popular European domain name registrar EuroDNS for its failure to transfer a client domain name after an adverse UDRP decision. In September 2010 a EuroDNS client lost a UDRP for Facebok.com (with one ‘o’), which is certainly a common typo for the popular social network. As of today the domain name is still in the client’s hands. It forwards to a page offering a “Facebook survey”. Domain name registrars have ten days to transfer a domain name after receiving communication from the UDRP provider of an adverse decision unless the respondent files a lawsuit over the domain name. In this case it’s about six months late. This may be a case of a domain slipping through the cracks, although ICANN says it: had multiple communications with EuroDNS on 31 March 2011, d...

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2011/04/21/icann-sends-breach-n...

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