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Shake up planned for .eu Top Level Domain

On 27 April 2018, the European Commission published a proposal for a new European Regulation in relation to the .eu Top Level Domain (‘TLD’), to replace the current regulations that deal with .eu. In short, this is because the current regulations are seen as outdated and no longer able to deal appropriately with the fast paced rapidly changing world of domain names and internet governance. If the proposed new legislation is adopted, it may eventually cause a radical shake up in the .eu namespace, for example in relation to the Registry, the registrars, the alternative dispute resolution (‘ADR’) procedures and the eligibility of end users, as Jane Seager, Partner at Hogan Lovells, explains.

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