CIB News: Blacknight raises security concern over generic top-level domains

CIB News: Blacknight raises security concern over generic top-level domains
Michele Neylon, managing director of Blacknight.

ICANN wants us to retain personal details of customers for two years after their domain lapses, which is far longer than data protection legislation allows

Carlow-based internet hosting provider Blacknight is refusing to sell generic top-level domains (gTLD) due to concerns over Irish and EU law.

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