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Computer Weekly: Campaigners oppose Nominet plans for secure .uk domain

By at January 17, 2013 | 12:01 pm | 0 Comment

The Computer Weekly this week writes:

Digital rights campaigners, businesses and charities have criticised the plans of UK’s top-level domain name registry Nominet to create a “secure” .uk domain alongside the existing .co.uk and .org.uk domains. They say Nominet’s plans would give it a monopoly over trust and security in the UK domain space. Nominet proposes to allow only UK-based companies to use the .uk root. The domain registry will scan websites with the domain suffix for malicious software and adopt DNSSEC security protocols to provide assurance to users of these domain names that they are safe and secure.

Read more: Computer Weekly 16/01/13:
Campaigners oppose Nominet plans for secure .uk domain

Computer Weekly , Press Reports UK

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