upcoming price increases info ru top and 16 uniregistry tlds

Posted on 16 June 2017

.info, .ru, .рф, and .top price increases (July 1)

The registries managing .info,.ru, .рф, and.top have announced that they will increase the prices of these TLDs starting July 1, 2017. Consequently, Realtime Register has to raise the prices of these TLDs as well. Also, the currency used for .top domains will change from United States Dollar (USD) to Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY) starting July 1.

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Uniregistry price increases (August 21)

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Alert! Realtime Register’s Name Used in Phishing Mails!

Posted on 6 November 2015

Currently, high-profile domain registrars are being targeted for phishing attacks against domain owners.

Some of the attackers use Realtime Register branded emails to target our resellers and their end users. The fraudulent emails claim that a particular domain name has been suspended, and ask users to click a link. The emails are sent from the email address abuse[at]realtimeregister.com.org, or something similar.

We ask you, as a Realtime Register reseller, to be alert of these fraudulent emails. We strongly advise you to communicate this information to your customers and end users.

Below is an example message you can use to inform …

News about the ICANN RAA 2013 #3

Posted on 30 July 2014

Realtime Register has made good progress with the preparations for the new ICANN RAA 2013. Below is a summary of important issues to consider. Please note the information sent earlier and available on our blog is still valid. We expect the new contract to be effective at the end of this quarter.

Update registrant information in time
Verification for updates of the registrant is demanded under the new contract. For contacts that are not up to date, we strongly advise you to update these before the ICANN RAA 2013 is effective. Please do so to avoid additional verifications.

Privacy protect …

ICANN 44 Statement from the Registrar Stakeholder Group

Posted on 6 July 2012

The Registrar Stakeholder Group (RrSG) would like to provide this statement regarding the current status of RAA negotiations and the update posted on the ICANN website on June 4, 2012.
The RrSG and its representatives on the Negotiating Team (NT) have been actively involved in discussions with ICANN staff and is pleased to see substantive progress reported to the community in advance of the upcoming ICANN meeting in Prague.


Among the issues that have been agreed to include improved registrar response and

availability to law enforcement, registrar abuse point of contact, publication of registrar information, establishment of an ICANN accreditation …

WIPO handled slightly more UDRP cases compared to 2010.

Posted on 8 March 2012

WIPO handled slightly more UDRP cases compared to 2010.

Though the amount of UDRP cases is just slightly higher compared to 2010 the amount of domains involved was up by 9.4%. A smillar trend is noticed by ccTLD registries who use their own ADR procedure to resolve  domain name disputed.

Since ICANN appointed WIPO as one of the parties to handle domain disputes back in 1999, WIPO handled more then 22.5000 UDRP cases and this number will only increase according to WIPO with the launch of the new gTLD‘s at the end of this year. How high this increase …

WIPO appointed as exlusive provider for UDRP’s regarding gTLD’s

Posted on 7 February 2012

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has embarked on a programme of allowing new generic top-level domains on the internet (like .com), an initiative that has worried trademark holders and international organisations.


ICANN has recently appointed WIPO as ” the exclusive provider of dispute resolution services for trademark based ‘pre-delegation’ Legal Rights Objections under ICANN’s New gTLD Program”. ”

WIPO will be handling objections to proposed strings filed by Trademark and other rights holders and is part of the Trademark Rights Protection Mechanism for new gTLD’s.

About WIPO.

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is one …

Cybersquatters face serious sentences in the Philippines.

Posted on 5 February 2012

The senate in the Philippines approved a new law wich classifies cybersquatting as act of crime. Squatters could face six to 12 years in jail if found guilty under the new Senate Bill.

Min and Max

Six years is the minimum term with a maximum of twelve years.
There is however an alternative punishment of a 500,000 peso fine (roughly $12,000)
According to the new Philippine law cybersquatting is :

The acquisition of a domain name over the internet in bad faith to profit, mislead, destroy reputation, and deprive others from registering the same, if such a domain name is: …

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