Slovenia to relax domain name rules
The registration authority for the new Slovenian Internet domain .si has announced several modifications to its rules.
Under the new rules, which take effect Nov. 6, 2008, all natural and legal persons will be able to register .si domains, with no requirement of a local presence. The current limit of 20 domain names per holder will also be abolished.
Currently, a domain name registration may be renewed for a period of one year. Under the new rules, it will be possible to renew registrations for up to five years. Domain names consisting of only numbers will also be allowed.
For more information, contact Ms. Judith Goeke in our Balkan Regional Office.
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