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 What happens to a domain name once ICANN deletes it?

Answer Do not assume it is 'deleted'. Items in a database are often not deleted, but rather their status is typically changed. After the owner loses ownership, then their may be a grace period or a rede... Read More »
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Can I register a domain name directly with ICANN?

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) oversees industry standards for domain name registration, and does not directly handle the registration of domains. Domain name regis... Read More »
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How to Become an ICANN-Accredited Registrar?

When you become a registrar accredited by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), you can offer something that almost everyone on the Web needs -- a domain name. ICANN is a te... Read More »
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How do I get a web domain from a company that doesn't use it. And what, really is domain ownership?

You will not have rights to this name, and they can continue the agreement or not at their discretion. If they will not sell it, the best you can hope for is that they allow it to expire. Sorry, I ... Read More »
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If Wikipedia deletes my article i Riot?

You can't sue a private foundation for moderating itself.
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