INFO: ICANN policies and terms for gTLDs

The following Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) domain name policy documents apply to the registration and management of 'Generic Top Level Domains' (gTLD). A gTLD is a non-country code domain (e.g. .UK, .IE, .DE, .AU), these include for example .com, .net and org. When a gTLD domain is registered, you as the registrant agree to be bound by the following policy documents and terms and conditions as detailed below:

  1. ICANN’s registrant educational information webpage
  2. Registrants’ Benefits and Responsibilities Specification
  3. Agreement of Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy
  4. Agreement of Uniform Domain Transfer Policy
  5. WHOIS Data Reminder Policy (WDRP)

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