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NIC Chile announces approval of new policies for .CL
On Tuesday, September 27, 2011 the National Council for Domain Names and IP Numbers passed a resolution by which it recommends the adoption of the new regulations and Dispute Resolution Policy for domain names under .CL. These changes are intended to bring policies for .CL closer to the generally accepted practices in the industry of domain names worldwide.
NIC Chile welcomes the decision, which marks a milestone in the developmentof .CL and thanks the Council for the dedication and thoroughness they devoted to the study of this matter.
The changes will take effect when the testing the new system is finished and the transitional rules necessary for implementation and commissioning of the changes are ready. The schedule for this will be released to the community with sufficient and proper notice.
A summary of the changes and approved documents can be found at:
- Summary of new policies for .CL
- New Regulations for the operation of the .CL Top Level Domain
- New Dispute Resolution Policy for Domain Names under .CL
NIC Chile Santiago, October 14, 2011.
About NIC Chile
NIC Chile is the organization in charge of managing the domain name registry for .CL, the identifier that corresponds to Chile, and is responsible for operating the technology that makes those identifiers function in an efficient and secure way.
NIC Chile is a service provided to the community by the Department of Computer Science of the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences of the Universidad de Chile.