The standard agreement between Norid and the registrars (domain name providers) was revised in June 2021. The background is the growing need to ensure security and quality for the Norwegian top-level domain. Eight out of ten registrars have chosen to continue the business with Norid under the increased requirements. In sum, these registrars provide a broad and varied offer to the customers, and the competition in the dealer market within different customer segments still works.
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Norid has revised the agreement with the registrars. This makes it necessary to make a few adjustments to the domain name policy for Norwegian domain names. Most importantly, terms and conditions that concerns the relationship between Norid and the registrars have now been added to the registrar agreement, and so will be removed from the domain name policy.
Did you ever wonder about what actually happen when you ask for a domain name and get to the website that you are looking for? And not least how this system can work seamlessly for all countries and all top-level domains in the world? You may become a little wiser if you take a look …
Companies with Norwegian domain names – mycompanyname.no – are experiencing aggressive domain sellers claiming that they hold very attractive domain names under other top-level domains which they push the company to buy. Our advice: Contact your registrar and get their view on whether your company will benefit from registering those domain names or not.
2020 ended with the highest number of registered Norwegian domain names since 1999, and net growth increased by as much as 36 per cent compared with 2019. Several domain name holders confirm that the pandemic is a direct cause or has speeded up the development of new business ideas for which they need domain names.
Internett forum will be streamed on Wednesday 21 April from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Here is a presentation of the speakers. A detailed agenda will be published in March. Presentations will be in Norwegian only.
2020 has been a year characterized by lockdown and uncertainty, but also by adaptation and innovation. We can truly say that society's digital foundation has been through a thorough stress test. It is clear to everyone how valuable it is to have an online presence, and the Internet stands out as a key arena for interaction and communication.
In 2021, Norid will become a directly owned company under the Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation (KMD). The Ministry has special expertise in electronic communications and domain name management, which will be a strength in the strategic ownership follow-up of the company.