ICANN Removes Pricing Cap on .Org Domain Names
Via The Domain Name Wire:
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), ignoring consumer and industry feedback, has instituted a rule change that will remove pricing caps on domain name registrations processed through the Public Interest Registry – the organization that manages the traditionally non-profit .org domain.
While it is currently unclear if the Public Interest Registry will take any immediate action towards implementing a new pricing plan, what this means is that many non-profit enterprises could see sudden, and potentially sharp increases in the costs of domain name renewals, and should start planning their budgeting accordingly.
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