Changes to .IE domain registrations

The IE Domain Registry (IEDR) have announced changes to the registering of personal domain names for individuals.As of 31 October, providing an individual can provide they have “a real and substantive connection to the island of Ireland”, they will be able to register a domain name. The name on the document used to provide this connection (driver’s licence or utility bill, for example) will have to be an exact match.The move follows consultation with the reseller community and business groups, and is said to be the result of the rising popularity of social networking and blogging.For more information on registering .IE domain names, see To register a .IE domain name, check outMichele Neylon has also written on this on his blog on this. See IE Domain Registry Updates Policy on Personal Domains – Finally! –

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