Estonian Internet Foundation accepted as full member of CENTR
Participants in the General Assembly of the CENTR included leaders of organisations engaged in the national Internet and domain business as well as representatives of the European Commission and the ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers). Items on the agenda concerned removal from the register of domains violating law and issues relating to Internet security, incl. DNSSEC.
The CENTR provides a platform for national domain organisations of European countries to discuss issues relating to Internet policy and formulate common positions for the European Commission as well as to exchange the best practices in the field of service development and security.
The Estonian Internet Foundation (EIF) is thrilled to announce the participation of Helen Aaremäe-Saar, our esteemed lawyer and registrar coordinator, in the newly formed e-evidence expert group under the auspices of the European Commission. This expert group's mission is to harness collective knowledge and expertise in the creation of an all-encompassing IT system for the Union.
The Estonian Internet Foundation is making available domain names that have been kept in reserve for more than a decade. Many exclusive domains are now available – single character domain names and in addition various Estonian place names and country names.
The Estonian Internet Foundation (EIF) is bringing previously reserved and blocked .ee domains to the market. Last week, s.ee found a new owner for 41 000 euros, therefore being the most expensive domain auctioned by the EIF in history.