Two new members named to Estonian Internet Foundation's Board
On 24th of November, Minister of Foreign Trade and Information
Technology Raul Siem named
Kadri Vilba and Andrus Tamm as the new members of the board.
Kadri Vilba is CPPE faction advisor in Tallinn City Council, Andrus
Tamm is the CEO of Transservis-N.
Lauri Lugna and Avo Ots were simultaneously recalled from the Supervisory Board.
Aet Rahe, Reet Roos, Karmen Turk and Kristo Vaher will continue as the members of the Estonian Internet Foundation's Supervisory Board.
January is a good time to look back at the past year and also shed light on future plans for 2021. Let me begin by saying that, despite the pandemic, last year was very successful for us and there is no denying that I am expecting even more from the New Year.
We are pleased to announce that our registrant portal was revamped significantly ahead of the turn of the year. We gave the portal a new look and added a number of practical functions: domain data can now be locked and users can make their contact information public, if they so wish. Estonian has been restored as a selection under the language options and the new portal is once again accessible to foreign nationals.
We hope that innovative domain auction, which was launched during spring 2019, has served it purpose well. To make it even better and more reliable for all of you, we have renewed the End User Agreement.