[At-Large] A brexit problem that I heard about
javrua at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 14:44:08 UTC 2018
Very interesting stuff, Christopher.
Thanks for the insights.
> On Aug 15, 2018, at 10:37 AM, mail at christopherwilkinson.eu CW <mail at christopherwilkinson.eu> wrote:
> Good afternoon:
> Naturally, I am following this question closely.
> At present, the Brexit debate is so finely balanced that it is difficult to foresee the outcome.
> It is still quite possible that either the outcome will be sufficiently close to the EEA precedent that UK .eu registrants will be protected, or that the growing realisation of the economic costs of Brexit will lead to no Brexit at all.
> Should the worst befall, the loss of 300k. registrations would be a modest part of the overall costs to the British public and economy.
> Meanwhile EURid and the EU Commission will need to address some very difficult issues, particularly for those UK registrants who have developed a significant business on the basis of their .eu domain. Not least the protection of their intellectual property and good will.
>> El 15 de agosto de 2018 a las 11:24 Javier Rua <javrua at gmail.com> escribió:
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>>> On Aug 15, 2018, at 4:58 AM, gtheo <gtheo at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>>> The alternatives are very limited as privacy or proxy registrations are a violation of the registry agreement if I am correct.
>>> The latest news and info can be located here; https://eurid.eu/en/register-a-eu-domain/brexit-notice/
>>> We are talking around 300k .EU registrations for possible deletion.
>>> Theo Geurts
>>> sivasubramanian muthusamy schreef op 2018-08-15 02:31 AM:
>>>> Someone who is a UK citizen some years ago registered a .EU internet
>>>> domain name. This happens to be linked to a legacy Google account
>>>> which his family uses. The domain Registry has now advised that it
>>>> will be terminating .EU domains for UK individuals and organisations
>>>> as early as next year. The legacy Google account will not permit him
>>>> to change the domain name, and doing so would create a whole range of
>>>> complications in any case.
>>>> One solution is to maintain business or residential presence in EU in
>>>> some manner ifor the sake of the domain. Is there lany alternative
>>>> solutions please?
>>>> Sivasubramanian M
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