29 Apr '11, 7am

Domain Name Wire » News » ICANN Investigates United Domains' Pre ...: Domain registrar upsets group about its pl...

Yesterday, United Domains Inc, an ICANN accredited registrar, published on its website an announcement of preregistration under the domain .LAC This announcement suggests that LACNIC will apply for that domain and has used our name and logo without our authorization. This information is incorrect and has created a lot of confusion within the community. LACNIC is analyzing legal responsibilities related to this situation. So far, we have sent a Cease and Desist letter to United Domains Inc. (attached). This kind of irresponsible actions on the part of a formal player of the ICANN system have a very negative impact on the community as they affect the system’s prestige. We suggest that ICANN evaluate the situation and determine whether any action is required.

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2011/04/29/icann-investigates-u...

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