EPP minutia (was: Re: Gtld transfer process)
Bruce.Tonkin at melbourneit.com.au
Wed Jan 19 12:02:07 UTC 2005
> It appears that "REGISTRAR LOCK" has interesting
> per-registrar implementation variations which do not always
> put the domain holder's interests first. While the registry
> does not, per se, have a direct business interest with the
> domain holder, it should be possible to have a lock state
> which is more oriented to the critical needs of some business
> domain holders.
> For a reasonable fee (and copious amount of documentation),
> it should be possible for any record holder to instruct the
> registry to lock the ownership of a domain down in such a way
> so as to require a similar amount of paperwork to release;
> thus effectively creating an "OWNER LOCK" state.
These services are actually already available in the competitive
It is a matter of choosing a registrar that has the right business model
and services to suit the registrant.
Many corporates already take advantage of such services.
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