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IEDR asks for views on domain name sales

Company sees increased demand for .ie addresses

18th July, 2016
Public can give views on new .ie sale plan Pic: Pixabay

The company which manages the .ie internet address has asked for feedback on a new policy to allow the private sale of .ie domains.

IEDR said the policy, known as “secondary market”, had arisen from an increased demand for .ie domains, and a need to protect the public from unauthorised .ie domain sellers.

Under the proposed policy, an owner of a .ie domain will be...

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