Verisign to crack down on Chinese domains (1 Viewing)

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Verisign has asked for permission to implement a more stringent regime for denying or suspending .com and .net domain names registered in China, to comply with the country’s strict licensing rules.


The changes appear to mean that customers of Chinese registrars who have not verified their identities, which Verisign says is a “very small percentage”, will be prevented from registering new domains and may lose their existing domains.

Read more: Verisign to crack down on Chinese domains - Domain Incite
 
I am travelling to South Carolina the last week in August, I will be refusing the Arrivecan app.
Not sure what the latest is with this arrivecan but I think they can still fine you if you decline it? The fine itself could be toilet paper anyway just like the majority of these Covid fines people were getting.
 
With arrive can in Canada we are not far away from this.

I am travelling to South Carolina the last week in August, I will be refusing the Arrivecan app.

Sounds interesting, keep us posted

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