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domain name

The alphanumeric designation for a particular web server, which allows it to be identified on the Internet. For example, “http://www.fda.gov/” names the World Wide Web (www) server for the Food and Drug Administration, which is a government (.gov) entity.

domain name

Informatics The unique “address” name that identifies an Internet site. See IP Number.
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The goal of the data escrow program is to help ensure the security and stability of the Domain Name System by protecting the data associated with registered domain names in a secure escrow account," said Mike Zupke, ICANN's registrar liaison manager.
of Registered Domain Names for the Years 2004, 2011 and 2018
NIS has partnered with infoUSA to compile its database of businesses with the ones that have registered domain names to construct what Wolford calls a "business hub" on the web, aimed primarily at small- to medium-sized businesses.
This protects all of the consumers and businesses that have registered domain names with an ICANN-accredited registrar because their data will be safeguarded even if the registrar goes out of business or ceases operations.
The lawsuit settled on the basis that AT&T would use the mark as registered and Vonage, the plaintiff in the case, would transfer to AT&T certain improperly registered domain names.
The firm, which signed on with IBM Corp for the Madison Project digital music distribution trials early next year, has added clauses to its artist's contracts regarding internet music distribution and artist's registered domain names, the Financial Times reports.
Magazine noted, "The number of registered domain names, currently about 80 million, continues to explode .
To safeguard against these attacks, MarkMonitor's Early Warning System(TM), part of its Fraud Prevention Services, alerts organizations to newly registered domain names that seek to mimic their familiar brand names before the domains become operational.
The UltraDNS infrastructure supports the resolution of over 20% of the world's registered domain names and responds to over two billion queries each day with unmatched DNS resolution performance.
This change will make previously registered domain names available where buyers typically search for new domains and renew existing ones -- at the major domain name registrar sites.

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