Friday November 27, 2020

Websites' costs must be tackled

The Domain Registry (IEDR) has taken a lot of flak in recent years.

1st October, 2005

The Domain Registry (IEDR) has taken a lot of flak in recent years. Rightly so, in some cases - its billing system was a mess, its rules were unclear and its balance sheet was hopelessy in the red.

But the not-for-profit organisation, which controls the pricing and regulation of domains, has turned the corner in a big way.

Multi-million euro debts have been paid off, costs have been cut, new infrastructure...

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