Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Attorneys / Lawyers: NSI's New Domain Search 'Reserve' Policy Continues to Evolve

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01/12/2008

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Dave: Does this mean they don't pay any upstream fees for 'reserving' the domain?

I noticed they also put those "reserved" domain names on "client hold". That means they won't be listed in the root zone files, and that further means no one will be able to query NetSol's nameservers to see what domain names are attached to them.

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