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Call for a Public Consultation to collect the opinions of the Internet community

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12/15/2011

 

In order to prepare the calls for applications under the new legislative framework for domain names, the French State departments have published a questionnaire designed to obtain feedback from community stakeholders on the procedures for managing the Internet domains corresponding to the country codes for metropolitan France and the Overseas Departments and Territories. The domains concerned are:

 

  • “.fr” for France;
  • “.gf” for French Guiana;
  • “.gp” for Guadeloupe;
  • “.mq” for Martinique;
  • “.pm” for Saint Pierre and Miquelon;
  • “.re” pour Reunion Island;
  • “.wf” for Wallis and Futuna;
  • “.yt” for Mayotte;
  • “.mf” for Saint Martin;
  • “.bl” for Saint Barthélemy;
  • “.tf” for the French Southern and Antarctic Territories.

 

AFNIC welcomes this development and encourages all the stakeholders, users, domain name holders, rights holders, registrars and professional associations concerned to contribute.

Replies to the consultation should be returned by or before 15 January 2012.

 

To take part in the public consultation

 

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