On October 10, 2010, the Netherlands Antilles were dissolved. Consequently, three new countries were born: Curaçao, Saint Martin and the BES Islands. A few months later, on January 2011, the University of the Netherlands Antilles presented its initial application to ICANN for the delegation of the .CW top-level domain for Curaçao.
News / 29-10-2018
LACTLD submitted its comments on the reservation of the 2-character strings at the top level consisting of one letter and one digit.
Corporate / 26-10-2018
In December of 1991, the .CU was registered and delegated to the NIRV Center, from APC in Canada. A few years later, in January, 1997, the .CU country code top-level domain began to be administered by CENIAInternet, a network of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment in Cuba. This is how Cuba’s NIC was created.
News / 24-10-2018
Patrik Fältström is the Technical Director and Head of Security at Netnod. He is also a member of the ICANN’s SSAC. In this article, he explains the risks and problems associated to the use of emojis in domain names.
Corporate / 12-10-2018
Carolina Aguerre writes: "It is increasingly evident that LACTLD’s original mission has been revitalized in the new global scenario with new actors, technologies and rules."
Corporate / 05-10-2018
In 1990, the IANA delegated the .CR top-level domain to Costa Rica. This delegation was completed by a renowned promoter of initiatives in the technological sector of the country and the region: Dr. Guy De Téramond Peralta. Then, on September 10, 1990, NIC Costa Rica was created as a specialized, non-profit unit, belonging to the National Academy of Sciences.