IMPROVED OWNERSHIP OF INTERNET URLS
Fair and Transparent Domain Registration Process
Establish a fair and transparent domain registration process that allows individuals and organizations to register internet URLs based on a first come, first served basis.
Implement clear guidelines and regulations to prevent fraudulent practices and ensure that the registration process is accessible to all interested parties.
One Time Purchase Option
Introduce a policy that allows individuals and organizations to purchase internet URLs with a onetime payment, providing them with perpetual ownership rights.
Define clear terms and conditions for the onetime purchase, including any potential restrictions on transferring or selling the URL.
Resolving Domain Squatting
Implement measures to address domain squatting, where individuals or entities register URLs with the intent to profit by reselling them at inflated prices.
Establish mechanisms for resolving domain disputes, such as arbitration or mediation, to ensure fair and efficient resolution of conflicts related to URL ownership.
Publicly Available Domain Auctions
Organize periodic domain auctions where individuals and organizations can bid on and purchase desirable internet URLs.
Ensure that these auctions are conducted in a transparent manner, allowing for fair competition and providing equal opportunities for interested parties.
Simplified and Affordable Renewal Process
Streamline the process for renewing domain registrations, making it simple and affordable for individuals and organizations to maintain ownership of their URLs.
Implement reasonable renewal fees to avoid burdensome costs for long term ownership.
Privacy and Protection of Personal Information
Enforce strict privacy protections for individuals and organizations who register internet URLs, safeguarding their personal information from misuse or unauthorized access.
Establish policies that allow individuals and organizations to opt for privacy protection services to shield their contact details from public visibility.
Collaboration with ICANN and International Standards
Collaborate with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and international bodies to develop and implement standardized policies and guidelines for URL ownership and registration.
Promote cooperation and information sharing among countries to ensure consistency and compatibility in the global domain registration process.