New Registry Termination Webpage

ICANN has recently released a new gTLD Registry Agreement Termination Information Page on the webpage: icann.org. This site will be the foundation of all actual information regarding any requests for termination of a gTLD Registry Agreement.

 

A Registry Operator or ICANN, as the gTLD Registry Agreement specifies, has the possibility to terminate according to certain demands. After discussion with Registry Operator and in case of termination of any party, ICANN will establish whether or not to transition process of the Registry to a replacement registry operator according to the Registry Transition Process.

 

To raise the visibility of this webpage for the community, there will be posted all significant documentation such as the termination determinations by ICANN, termination notices from Registry Operators or ICANN, and inputs from the community concerning terminations.

 

ICANN has posted a demand from the Doosan Corporation to terminate its .DOOSAN Registry Agreement, and ICANN’s introductory determination to not pass processes of the Registry to a replacement Registry Operator. All concerned parties have the chance to take a look at the termination demand and introductory on the gTLD Registry Agreement Termination Information Page.

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