Petroliam Nasional Berhad v., Inc.

Filing 58

Declaration of Hollis Hire in Further Support of 50 --MOTION FOR JUDGMENT ON THE PLEADINGS AND FOR AN ORDER FINDING PLAINTIFF LIABLE FOR ATTORNEYS' FEES -- filed by, Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A)(Related document(s) 57 ) (Slafsky, John) (Filed on 8/25/2010) Modified on 8/26/2010 (vlk, COURT STAFF).

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D EXHIBIT A ICANN I Transfers Page 1 of 2 Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Welcome to the information area for the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy. Consistent with ICANN's obligation to promote and encourage robust competition in the domain name space, the Inter-Reaistrar Transfer Policv aims to provide a straightforward procedure for domain name holders to transfer their names from one ICANN-accredited'registrarto another should they wish to do so. The policy also provides standardized requirements for registrar handling of such transfer requests from domain name holders. The Inter-RegistrarTransfer Policy was developed through ICANN's consensus policy development process. The 29 policy recommendations contained in the Transfer Task Force's report to the GNSO were accepted by the GNSO Council and adopted by the ICANN Board in early 2003. As instructed by the Board, ICANN staff consulted with a Transfer Assistance Group (TAG) consisting of members of the community and GNSO constituencies in order to coordinate implementation of the new transfer procedures. All ICANN-accredited registrars and linsponsored gTLD registry operators are required to follow this policy. The Board adopted certain revisions to the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy in November 2008. On 12 July 2004, ICANN announced the adoption of the Inter-RegistrarTransfer Policy comprised of finalized policy documents, available below. The policy is in effect beginning on 12 November 2004. The original policy recommendations require a review of the policy at intervals of three, six, and twelve months after implementation. This area will be updated as necessary with requests for public input into the review process and any revised implementation details. # Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy . The Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy has been adopted by all ICANN-accredited registrars. All requests to transfer a domain name to a new registrar must be handled according .to the procedures detailed in this policy, incorporating the Standardized Forms below. Dispute proceedings arising from a registrar's alleged failure to abide by this policy may be initiated by any ICANN-accredited registrar under the Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy. Inter-Registrar Transfer Information TDRP Dispute Resolution Providers Transferrina vour domain name to a new Background Documents 1. Staff Report on Fxperiences with InterRegistrar Transfer Policy (14 April 2005) g km gt r Disputes over transfers Forms used for transfers FAQ for Domain-Name Holders CNSn Review nf Intar-Rnniutrar Transfar Pnlirrv 2. Announcement: ICANN Requests Comments on Experiences with Inter-Reaistrar Trans& Policy (12 January 2005) 3. Anl?!!~~.!C.A~~D~~rnain~~&m_e_ Transfer Policy Becomes Effective (12 November 2004) ICANN I Transfers Page 2 of 2 FAQ for-Registrars 4. Ann-0-wcement: IC&N Approves D!sp.ute Resolution Providers for Transfer Dispute Resolution Policv (8 November 2004) Policv [PDF, 88K] (23 August 2007) 5. Update: Implementation of New Consensus Policies Applicable to aTLD Registrars (21 September 2004) 6. ~vi.sorvcon~er-oi09..l.te_~~.R~gidt~~~.r~_T_caA.sfe (12 July 2004) . 7. Call for Interest of Dispute Resolution Servics Providers 8. Second Update on Transfer Policv Implementation Process (31 March 2004) 9. First Update on Transfer Policv Process (5 November 2003) 10.!!-a!.Re~~~ct.~o~~-G,.a~inin~g~~ar!d. .. oc' Losina Reuistrars (February 2003)

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