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IDN for the 24 official languages of the EU

The set of characters admitted in the requests for .it registration has been extended: the IDN (Internationalized Domain Names) includes the 24 official languages of the European Union. With this new feature, the characters admitted for the registration of an .it domain are made up of all the characters belonging to the charsets (editor’s note: codes) Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Greek, Greek Extended and Cyrillic. Not accepted are domain names that contain characters belonging to different charsets (Latin, Greek, Cyrillic), excluding of course the suffix “.it” and names and domains belonging to the geographic tree map.
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Extending the DNS anycast cloud service

Over the course of 2014 two new DNS anycast nodes of the Registry were activated, one at the Internet eXchange point of Stockholm, Netnod, and the other at the Internet eXchange point of Frankfurt, DE-CIX. Another two new nodes are being activated at AMSIX (Amsterdam) and at LINX (London).

The working times of the pendingTransfer get shorter!

The maximum period of remaining in the pending Transfer has been reduced from 3 calendar days to one, so as to reduce any inconvenience linked to “non-visibility” over the net for domains subject to modifications by the Registrar.

Name and contactID no longer in the public “Who Is”

So as to render the identification of the registering name of a domain more immediate, whether a physical or juridical person, the name field of the registrant subject has been eliminated from the public “Who is”. The Registrant of an .it name is in fact identified by the org field. Analogously, so as to rationalise the output of the Who Is service, limiting it to the fields entered by the user, the contactID has been eliminated, which together with the name field remains available to the Registrar (with domain info).

Focus.it - .it Registry Newsletter

For several years, the Registry has been publishing a newsletter - Focus.it - NewNewsletter of the .it Registry. It has surveys and exclusive interviews, and focuses on the hot topics of the Internet and domain names. It is distributed free of charge on the web and also in a paper version of about 3000 copies. It is a means of reaching out to large sections of the population and thus is a simple approach to issues that are otherwise treated in quite a complex way.

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