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Keep up with what's important to domain name holders, whether they are individuals or small businesses. Stories about the issues that effect you are located on the blog. Please go there often and leave appropriate comments. Unfortunately, we have to reserve the right to remove improper comments. The DNRC Weblog is located at http://www.netpolicy.com/dnrc/index.html
Why Is This Important to Me?
What happens to freedom on the Internet affects everyone, whether you have your own domain name or not. Individuals with whom you correspond, businesses that you interact with, organizations that you support all have domain names that could be taken with very little notice, leaving you with no way to get in contact with them. If this hasn't already affected you, it likely will. Certainly, people who have lost their voices on the Internet already understand these concepts. Even more importantly, however, the laws and contracts dealing with domain name issues have silenced free speech.
More on why this is important
Have you received a threat from a trademark owner who wants you to
give them your domain name? See our quick overview of your possible
rights to stop reverse domain name hijacking.
The Latest DNRC News, a weblog full of interesting information is located at this useful link
If you have anything to contribute to our ongoing DNRC Newsblog, please do not hesitate to email admin at netpolicy dot com.
DNRC is happy to present a web based forum for expressing your thoughts and exchanging ideas. Go here to register
. Registered users are welcome to participate. We hope you'll enjoy it. As the forum is new, DNRC's president, Mikki Barry, has tried to start things off. Feel free to start threads of your own.
Help the DNRC
Please, help the DNRC continue to educate domain name holders, attorneys, Internet users, and yes even intellectual property holders. You can do this in several ways. Post to our forums, let us know what is happening to your rights on the Internet, become involved with ICANN, or make a cash contribution. Please be aware, however, that the DNRC cannot provide specific legal advice or provide you with an attorney. Thanks for reading.