As from January 12nd, a new Internet domain regulation is in force in Argentina, which among other things enables the registration of domains containing characters between 1 and 50 (previously this was not the case for top-level domains).
On March 4, 2021, Resolution 8/2021 of the Legal and Technical Secretariat was published in the Official Gazette. This Resolution updated the fees for the services provided by NIC Argentina. For example, the fee for initiating a dispute will be four thousand pesos (ARS $ 4,000). The new fees will be in force as from […]Continue reading
The Argentine Domain Registrar (“Nic.AR”) recently announced the opening of the general availability period for zone “.ar” on September 15 of this year. Resolution 45/2019 issued by Nic.AR authorizes the domain names registration directly in the Top Level Domain “.ar”, under the zone “.ar”, and provides that the general availability period is ruled by the Regulation for the […]Continue reading
Gabriela Szlak, together with Mark Datysgeld and Andrew Mack, was part of the team of experts organized by AM GLOBAL Consulting who, considering the reduced participation of Latin American companies in the ICANN Business Constituency (BC), worked on how to build sustained BC participation in Latin America, being a project aimed at finding new models […]Continue reading
On Friday 6, September 2019, the Legal and Technical Secretariat of the Nation’s Presidency issued Resolution 43/2019; motivated by the need to introduce multiple necessary changes for the competitiveness of Internet domain registration under “.ar”, in order to guarantee the best possible administration by the National Directorate of Internet Domain Registration. We proceed to highlight […]Continue reading