ICANN explains ccTLD's are not property and are not 'owned' or 'possessed' by anyone including ICANN and therefore cannot...

Posted: July 30th 2014

Category: Internet News

#ICANN explains "ccTLD's are not property, and are not 'owned' or 'possessed' by anyone including ICANN, and therefore cannot be seized in a lawsuit." Keep Reading: http://goo.gl/DFp6v5 #ccTLD

Washington, DC… The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has told a U.S. federal court in the District of Columbia, that a country code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) cannot be considered "property," and thus cannot be attached by plaintiffs in a lawsuit, who are trying to obtain th…

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