Online Pharmacy Domain Policy Changes Announced by ICANN Registrar Internet.bs Corp.
From PR Newswire – Published 1 day ago
NASSAU, Bahamas, Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — In a recent move, Bahamas-based ICANN Registrar Internet.bs Corp. has announced a change in its Terms and Conditions related to online pharmacy domain names.
“It was recently brought to our attention that a small number of domain names registered with us may have been involved with potentially harmful practices,” said Marco Rinaudo, CEO. “Due to the large number of domains in that field we are unable to distinguish the few ones whose actions are potentially in breach of laws and regulations. Therefore, in order to dissociate ourselves from any allegations we have revised our terms and conditions accordingly.
“We estimate the number of names affected will be very small,” he said.
Changed conditions have been advised to registrants of almost 600,000 domain names and will be in effect within 20 days counting from August 6, 2012:
Internet.bs Corp. is committed to conducting its business according to the highest standards and by respecting all applicable laws and regulations and expects its customers and partners to do no different.
Established in 2004, Internet.bs Corp. is one of the top 25 fastest-growing ICANN Registrars worldwide, with more than 600,000 domains under sponsoring. They serve customers of all sizes, from the single domain buyer to the largest domainers. Internet.bs Corp. is directly accredited for many domain name extensions, including .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .asia, .tel, .mobi, .co, .cc, .eu, .be, .tv, .us, .in, .co.uk, .fr, .re, .it, .tf, .wf, .yt, .NL and .DE. Their website, http://www.internetbs.net, is available in seven different languages and payments in many currencies are accepted. A powerful and complete domain name registration API is available for free, and customers from all over the world are welcome and have access to instant chat support 24/7. The CEO Marco Rinaudo has been in the domain industry since 1995, and during the late ’90s, he was running one of the first accredited ICANN Registrars in Europe after the end of the gTLD monopoly.
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SOURCE Internet.bs Corp.