Administrative contact's Estonian ID requirement to be abolished as of December 1st
Renewed Domain Regulation contains a number of important changes, which make the .ee domain name more accessible and creates additional opportunities and options to registrants and registrars.
The most important changes:
Administrative contact's Estonian ID requirement will be abolished - administrative contact may be a natural person, regardless of nationality or residency;
Further identification ways will be allowed, such as other European national IDs and PayPal Verified, as well, when identifying via bank transfer (and PayPal) invoice number in the explanation row will be allowed. Acceptable IDs list will be updated, at the moment we accept Belgian, Finnish and Lithuanian IDs;
Estonian e-resident signature will be considered equivalent to the Estonian digital signature.
Please find the complete list of changes HERE.
Should you have any questions regarding the Domain Regulation please contact our lawyer Helen Aaremäe email@example.com, +3727271020.
We are delighted to share a news story that is round and fortified with several zeros; namely, there are already more than 150,000 top-level Estonian domains in the world or Internet addresses ending in .ee.