Sunrise policy

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Contents

1. Definitions
2. Scope & Documentation
3. General
4. Sunrise Period for Registered Trademarks
5. Amendment and Reconsideration Process
6. Submission Processes and Registrar Requirements
7. ADR Proceeding
8. Miscellaneous Provisions
 

1. Definitions


Acceptable Match:   
means that the text string of the .CO.NO Domain Name is identical to the textual or word element of the Registered Mark, taking into account the exceptions described in this Sunrise Policy;

Acceptable Match:   
means that the text string of the .CO.NO Domain Name is identical to the textual or word element of the Registered Trademark, taking into account the exceptions described in this Sunrise Policy;

Acceptable Electronic Format:   
means an electronic document in a PDF or TIFF format file for which content in the file is legible and the file size for each page is not more than 400KB. Resolution is not generally restricted, however resolution of 150x150 dpi or higher is suggested;

Applicant:   
means any natural person, company or organization submitting an Application for a Domain Name;

Application:   
means a complete, technically correct application for a Domain Name made with the .CO.NO Operator via a CoDNS Accredited Registrar, which complies with all the requirements as set out in this Sunrise Policy;

Application Fee:
means the non-refundable fee payable by the .CO.NO Accredited Registrar to the .CO.NO Operator for processing an Application;

CAC:
means the Prague-based Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic;

.CO.NO Accredited Registrar, Accredited Registrar or CoDNS Accredited Registrar:   
means an entity authorized by the .CO.NO Operator to submit Applications with the .CO.NO Operator;

.CO.NO Domain Name:   
means a string of characters registered as a prefix to the CO.NO domain name in order for a server to be reachable on the Internet and which can be used for a variety of purposes including but not limited to web services or e-mail;

.CO.NO Operator:   
CoDNS B.V., Amstelveenseweg 92 1075 XJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands (“CoDNS”);

Complainant: 
means any natural person, company or organization initiating a Reconsideration Proceeding as described in the Reconsideration Policy;

Documentary Evidence:   
evidence provided by a Sunrise Applicant to the Validation Agent in accordance with the terms set out herein.

Exact Match:   
means that the Domain Name applied for is identical to all text or word elements contained in the Registered Trademark invoked by the Sunrise Applicant

IP Clearinghouse:
means the validation functionality made available at http://www.ipclearinghouse.org/;

.NO Domain Name:   
means a 2nd level domain name registered and active under the .NO top level domain;

Reconsideration Fee:
the fee payable by the Applicant or Complainant filing a Sunrise Reconsideration Proceeding, as further described on the .CO.NO Operator website;

Reconsideration Proceeding:   
a proceeding challenging the decision of the .CO.NO Operator that a Sunrise Application does or does not satisfy the eligibility criteria contained in this Sunrise Policy

Registered Trademark:   
means a trade or service mark that is registered and in full force and effect at the time of receipt of the Application by the .CO.NO Operator;

Registration Fee:  
the fee that is charged by the .CO.NO Operator to the Registrar when registering a Domain Name following a decision to accept a Sunrise Application;

Request:
for reconsideration a notification by a Complainant of the grounds for a dispute pursuant to the Reconsideration Policy such as to initiate a Sunrise Reconsideration Proceeding; 

Reserved and Premium Name:   
means a .CO.NO Domain Name which, following the decision of the .CO.NO Operator, has been made temporarily unavailable for registrationfor use;

Validation Agent:   
means the entity appointed by the .CO.NO Operator to carry out the verification of the Applications in accordance with this Sunrise Policy;

Validation Fee:  
means the non refundable fee charged to Registrars by the .CO.NO Operator for validation of any Sunrise Application.

WIPO ST.3 Standard:   
The “Recommended Standard on Two-Letter Codes for the Representation of States, Other Entities and Intergovernmental Organizations” maintained by WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organisation) and archived at: http://www.wipo.int/export/sites/www/scit/en/standards/pdf/03-03-01.pdf.

2. Scope & Documentation


This document sets out the Sunrise policies of the .CO.NO Operator, which contain the terms and conditions that will apply for domain name applications and registrations made in .CO.NO during the Sunrise Period. Specific dates of the different phases are not included herein. Please refer to the following address for the different periods applicable dates: http://domain.CO.NO/en/sunrise.html

Information about the charter eligibility requirements are provided in the Domain Registration Charter (http://domain.CO.NO/en/domain-name-charter.html). Technical implementation and specifications for the .CO.NO Operator will be provided to the Accredited Registrars separately.

All Applications submitted during the Sunrise Periods will be verified by a Validation Agent engaged by the .CO.NO Operator. The Validation Agent will verify (i) the Applicants’ eligibility for the .CO.NO Domain Name applied for, and (ii) the Application’s conformance with this Sunrise policy taking into account the terms and conditions laid down herein. Alternatively, the .CO.NO Operator will accept Applications where the conformance with this Sunrise policy has been confirmed through the IP Clearinghouse.

The IP Clearinghouse is a facility whereby trademark owners can obtain up-front assurance on the validity of their claims, under the terms and conditions set out on the website of the IP Clearinghouse operator (http://www.ipclearinghouse.org/). If such pre-confirmation has been obtained by the trademark owner, no validation fee needs to be paid to the .CO.NO Operator by its Accredited Registrar.

3. General

3.1. Eligibility Requirements


Any natural person, company or organization may apply for a .CO.NO Domain Name under the terms and conditions set out in this Sunrise Policy.

3.2. Restricted and Premium Names


Some Domain Names may not be available for registration following a decision from the .CO.NO Operator (the “Restricted Names”), or are to be freed at a later date and under the terms and conditions set out in Section 6 hereof (the “Premium Names”).

4. Sunrise Period for Registered Trademarks


The general requirements for Applications submitted during the Sunrise Period are:

•    the Applicant must be the owner or assignee of a corresponding Registered Trademark that is registered and in full force and effect; and

•    the Registered Trademark must be registered in a trademark office or trademark operator that corresponds to one of the states or other entities set out in the WIPO Standard ST.3 code.

4.1. First come, first served principle


The first come, first served principle implies that the .CO.NO Operator shall register the first Application for a particular Domain Name received by the .CO.NO Operator (whereby the date and time of receipt by the .CO.NO Operator’s systems of such Application shall be the sole reference point)

4.2. General Process for Sunrise Applications


For Applications made during the Sunrise Period, Applicants must submit, as part of the Application, bibliographical data in relation to the right(s) that qualifies an Applicant for the Domain Name applied for.

The data required include:

•    Registered Trademark: Exact word or phrase described by the Registered Trademark;

•    Registration Number: Registration or serial number of the Registered Trademark’s current registration. Please note that this is not the trademark application number. This number must enable the Validation Agent to access the correct registration entry in the trademark operator or trademark office;

•    Registration Locality: Location (country/region) where the right is established (using the corresponding WIPO Standard ST.3 two-letter code);

•    Capacity: Whether the Applicant holds the trademark as the original “OWNER”, or “ASSIGNEE”. Please utilize “ASSIGNEE” also to indicate where the ownership of the Registered Trademark is not yet reflected by the trademark office, such as in the case where the mark is recently transferred (see also Section 4.3 below for further details);

•    Optional: Pre-Validation Code: if the Applicant has obtained a pre-validation code from the IP Clearinghouse operator, this code must be provided here.

In addition to the information provided above, Applicants may be requested to submit further documentary evidence. Any request for documentary evidence must be responded to within the time period specified by the Validation Agent, which shall be no less than 10 calendar days. Submission of documentary evidence will be primarily by electronic format. Other formats, such as an original copy or a certified copy of an original may be requested as the Validation Agent deems necessary. If an Applicant fails to deliver the documentary evidence within the time period stipulated in the request, the Application shall lapse.

4.3. Licenses, Transfers and Name Changes

4.3.1. Licensee of Registered Trademarks


If an Applicant has obtained a license for the Registered Trademark claimed in the Application, the Applicant may be requested by the Validation Agent to provide for a license declaration (a template form will be made available by the Validation Agent). Such declaration must be duly completed and signed by both the licensor of the claimed Registered Trademark and the Applicant (as licensee).

4.3.2.    Transferee of Registered Trademarks


If an Applicant is the transferee of the Registered Trademark claimed in the Application and the documentary evidence submitted and/or the official online trademark, as claimed by the Applicant in the Application, does not clearly indicate that such Registered Trademark has been transferred to the Applicant, the Applicant may be requested by the Validation Agent to submit a transfer declaration (a template form will be made available by the Validation Agent) duly completed and signed by both the transferor of the relevant Registered Trademark and the Applicant (as transferee).

4.3.3.    Discrepancy in Identity of Registered Holder of Marks


If, for any reasons other than as are referred to in Section 4.3.1 and 4.3.2 hereof, the name of the Applicant does not correspond with the name of the holder of the Registered Trademark claimed as reported in the documentary evidence and/or the official online trademark database, as claimed by the Applicant in the Application, is registered (e.g. because the Applicant has become subject to a name change, a merger, the Registered Trademark has become subject to a de iure transfer, etc.), the Applicant may be requested by the .CO.NO Operator and/or the appointed Validation Agent to submit official documents substantiating that it is the same person as or the legal successor to the person indicated in the documentary evidence and/or the respective official online trademark database as being the holder of the Registered Trademark.

4.3.4 Nature of Entitlement


In any of the above cases, the Applicant must mention “ASSIGNEE” in the field Capacity the bibliographical data for its Application.

4.4.     Eligible Text String for the Domain Name applied for


The Domain Name applied for must be an Exact Match or an Acceptable Match with the Registered Trademark claimed by the Applicant.

For Registered Trademarks that include words, devices, pictures, logos etc, the Domain Name applied for must be the text or word exclusively contained and in its entirety in the Registered Trademark. That text or word must be predominant and can be clearly separated or distinguished from the device element.

A partial match between the Domain Name applied for and the corresponding Registered Trademark is not acceptable, except for text clearly separated or distinguished from the device element.

Certain exceptions are provided for in consideration of the accepted technical limitations of the domain name system (DNS) and the nature of the .CO.NO Operator. The resulting string after such exceptions will be considered an Acceptable Match of the claimed prior right.

4.5. Exceptions for Spaces, Punctuations and Special Characters


For Registered Trademarks that contain spaces between textual elements, the spaces may be omitted or replaced by a hyphen. The resulting text will be considered as an Acceptable Match with the Registered Trademark.

Punctuations and special characters in a Registered Trademark may also be omitted or replaced by hyphens. These characters include but are not limited to the following: ~ @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ - + = < > { } [ ] | \ /: ; ' , . ?

A domain name may never start or end with a hyphen.

In the case of a sequence of these punctuation or special characters, they may be eliminated or replaced by one or more hyphens. The resulting text will be considered an Acceptable Match with the Registered Trademark.

Punctuations and special characters may also be spelled out in full utilizing LDH (Letter Digit Hyphen) characters with appropriate word(s) describing the character.

The appropriateness of the replacement word will be determined by the Validation Agent with additional information sought from the Applicant should there be any questions regarding the appropriateness of the word(s) used.

4.6.     Exceptions for Accented and Combined Characters


The .CO.NO Operator will not be accepting IDN (Internationalized Domain Name) registration Applications. Registered Trademarks that contain elements beyond the LDH (Letter Digit Hyphen) repertoire as technically accepted by the DNS (without IDN provisions) may replace those characters with corresponding LDH characters for which the additional element is removed or for which the characters are decoupled. For example, characters such as “ä”, “é”, “ñ”, “ø” “æ” or “oe”, may be replaced by “a”, “e”, “n”, “o”, “ae” or “oe” respectively. The resulting text will be considered an Acceptable Match with the corresponding Registered Trademark.

4.7. Exceptions for Registered Mark Type or Entity Type Identifiers


Registered Trademark references such as “TM”, “SM”, “®”, etc. may be eliminated in the Domain Name applied for. The resulting text will be considered an Acceptable Match with the corresponding Registered Trademark.

For those entities whose official company or trade names are themselves Registered Trademarks, entity type identifiers such as “Ltd.”, “Co. Ltd.”, “Inc.” may be omitted to form the Domain Name applied for.

The appropriateness of all such omissions will be determined by the Validation Agent with additional information sought from the Applicant should there be any questions regarding the appropriateness of the omission.

4.8. Variants

Applicants are entitled to submit Applications for Domain Names that are not identical to the name(s) for which they hold a Registered Trademark (or are the authorized licensee thereof) subject, however, to the following provisions:

- the Domain Name must incorporate both the sign for which an Eligible Trademark exists (in its entirety) preceded and/or followed by one or more key words from the titles, subtitles and descriptions of their respective classes (Nice Classification - http://www.wipo.int/classifications/nivilo/nice/index.htm  - or national classification system used by the relevant trademark registry), taking into account the technical exceptions laid down herein; or

- the Domain Name must be identical to a domain name which has been recovered by the Applicant or its authorized licensee in the context of a court, UDRP or other alternative dispute resolution procedure relating to that domain name in another top-level domain.

4.9. Sunrise Premium

The CO.NO Operator has devised a specific program to allow Trademark holders to secure their brands for an unprecedented amount of time. Under the « Premium » option, trademark-based domain names can be registered for 10-years at no extra cost. The .CO.NO Operator will take care of renewals, the only costs supported by the Registrant are the Sunrise fees.

Conditions are identical to the regular Sunrise with one addition: to benefit from the Premium status the Registrant warrants the CO.NO domain name will point to an existing web site with proper content, at all times during the ten-years period.

By electing to use the Sunrise Premium Option, the Registrant agrees to follow all the above requirements and understands the CO.NO Operator may from time to time proceed to random checks on the relevant .CO.NO site to establish the validity of its Premium status. Should the .CO.NO domain name fail to redirect to a web site per the above conditions, the Registrant agrees to be immediately charged for the applicable ten-years registration fee.   

5. Amendment and Reconsideration Process

 

5.1. Amendments to Applications


If it appears to the Validation Agent that an Application contains an error correctable via an amendment process, the Validation Agent is entitled, but not obliged, to request through the .CO.NO Accredited Registrar that has submitted the Application with the .CO.NO Operator, to make or provide an amendment, clarification or correction, including typographical mistakes.

5.2. Applicant and Third party Reconsideration


The reconsideration process is intended to provide a simple and cost-effective means to correct Application issues that may arise in the allocation of domains by the .CO.NO Operator during the Sunrise process.

If an Application fails the verification process, the Applicant will be notified. Under the terms and conditions laid down below, an Applicant may seek reconsideration within seven (7) calendar days.

An Applicant is entitled to provide amendments and/or additional documentary evidence in support of its eligibility for the .CO.NO Domain Name applied for.

If an Application is successfully verified upon reconsideration, the Application will be treated as successfully verified in the first instance. On the contrary, an unsuccessful reconsideration will result in the Application being declined and no further reconsideration is available.

Any party authorised under Section 5.3 (the “Complainant”) may commence a Reconsideration Proceeding following submission of a Request for Reconsideration to the Validation Agent and payment of the Reconsideration Fee to the .CO.NO Operator, both to be within seven (7) calendar days following publication of the validation results in the .CO.NO database.

The procedures and templates to be used when filing a Request for Reconsideration will be published on the .CO.NO Operator’s web site from time to time. A Request for Reconsideration that does not follow those procedures and templates shall automatically be rejected.

5.3 Grounds for Reconsideration


In the context of the Sunrise Process, any third party shall be entitled to submit a complaint with the .CO.NO Operator on the basis of one or more of the following grounds:

•    the .CO.NO Domain Name is not identical to or does not constitute an Acceptable Match with the Registered Trademark invoked in the Application;
•    the Applicant for the .CO.NO Domain Name is not the holder of the corresponding Registered Trademark, as required or substantiated in accordance with this Sunrise Policy.

Any such complaints shall only be considered when all of the following conditions are met:

•    any complaint must be submitted through the .CO.NO Operator website, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the .CO.NO Operator;

•    the .CO.NO Operator must have received payment of the Reconsideration Fee; and

•    the basis for (i) reconsidering the decision of the .CO.NO Operator, which must be one of the requirements or conditions laid down in this Sunrise Policy, or (ii) to considering an Application for a .CO.NO Domain Name that is marked as "Premium"

In the case of a Request for Reconsideration, the Validation Agent may, in its sole discretion, request additional Documentary Evidence from the Complainant.  Documentary Evidence must be provided in accordance with the Validation Agent’s instructions and timeframes. Such additional Documentary Evidence shall form part of the Request of Reconsideration.

If the Documentary Evidence requested by the Validation Agent is not provided in time or such Documentary Evidence is incomplete or inaccurate, the Validation Agent shall inform the .CO.NO Operator thereof.

5.4 Rejection of the Reconsideration Request


If, after review of the Request for Reconsideration and any information provided by the Complainant that submitted the Request for Reconsideration, the Validation Agent determines that the Sunrise Application did not meet the criteria laid down in this Sunrise Policy, the Validation Agent will notify the .CO.NO Operator thereof.

Complainant expressly acknowledges and accepts that, upon receipt of such notice, the .CO.NO Operator is entitled to reject the applicable Sunrise Application with no obligation to refund of any fees or any other liability to the Applicant and Complainant.

If the Registry rejects a Sunrise Application, the Validation Agent will then proceed to verify, in accordance with the Sunrise Policy, the next Sunrise Application received by the .CO.NO Operator for the same Domain Name, if any.

5.5 Acceptance of the Reconsideration Request


If, after review of the Request for Reconsideration, the Validation Agent determines that the Sunrise Application in question met the criteria laid down in this Sunrise Policy, the Validation Agent will notify the .CO.NO Operator thereof. 

Upon receipt of such notice, if no other Requests for Reconsideration of the Sunrise Application are pending, the .CO.NO Operator will accept the applicable Sunrise Application with no refund of any fees or any other liability to the Complainant.

5.6 Final Reconsideration decision


Only in case the outcome of the reconsideration process does not satisfy the Applicant or the Complainant, he shall be entitled to file a complaint against the decision of the .CO.NO Operator with the CAC under the terms and conditions laid down in Section 8 below.

6. Submission Processes and Registrar Requirements


All domain registration Applications for the .CO.NO Operator shall be submitted via XML  compliant interfaces. Electronic copies of documentary evidence will be accepted via e-mail as directed by the Validation Agent.

In the event that the .CO.NO Operator or Validation Agent requests original copies of any documentary evidence, the Applicant is expected to choose a posting method that can track delivery as well as bearing the cost of postage. The .CO.NO Operator and the Validation Agent will not accept any packages mailed on a cash-on-delivery basis. The .CO.NO Operator and the Validation Agent are not responsible for any documents lost, damaged, or destroyed in the post.

If an Applicant requires the return of original documents submitted to the .CO.NO Operator or Validation Agent, it shall bear the cost of the same and must provide its courier account information to the .CO.NO Operator or Validation Agent to facilitate the return.

Supplementary information may be requested via email or other communication media as appropriate. Under normal circumstances, the Sponsoring Registrar is responsible for all Applications submitted as specified in the .CO.NO Operator-Registrar Agreement. Assistive notifications may be sent to the Applicant directly from the .CO.NO Operator or Validation Agent only if specifically indicated and requested by the registrar.

6.1 Submission of Applications


All Applications must be submitted via a .CO.NO Accredited Registrar. The Registrar may utilize an interface or the web admin interface (which itself is a client provided by the .CO.NO Operator) for submitting Applications.

Technical specifications of the extensions will be provided to .CO.NO Registrars and published separately.

6.2. Submission of Documentary Evidences


If required or requested, any documentary evidence must be submitted to the Validation Agent in an Acceptable Electronic Format.

6.3.     Registrar Responsibilities


General provisions for the conduct and responsibilities of Sponsoring Registrars are included in the .CO.NO Operator-Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA). Both the Registrar and the Applicant (as described for the Registered Name Holder) will be bound by those relevant provisions in the RAA until such time an Applicant’s Application for a domain name is declined and no disputes are outstanding. For example, the warranties given by the Applicant that the submitted data is true and reflect the true understanding of the Applicant, that it agrees to submit to dispute resolution processes, etc.; and for Registrars, the communication with the Applicant, customer support and indemnity requirements.

6.4.     Validation Agent Responsibilities


A Validation Agent is generally tasked to give an opinion on whether the information contained in an Application meets the requirements laid down in these .CO.NO Sunrise Policies. This opinion will be made based on information contained in the Application, as well as other forms of documents and clarifications provided by the Applicant upon request of and in accordance with these Sunrise Policies and the procedures laid down by the .CO.NO Operator and/or the Validation Agent. The .CO.NO Operator takes the actual decision to accept or to reject an Application.

More specifically, the Validation Agent will:

•    Verify whether or not the data entered into the bibliographical data fields, as described above, correspond with (i) the data made available online and free of charge by the trademark office competent for registering trademarks in the country or region mentioned in the field Registration Locality, and/or (ii) the documentary evidence provided by or on behalf of the Applicant in accordance with these Sunrise Policies and the procedures laid down by the .CO.NO Operator and/or the Validation Agent.

•    Verify, with commercially reasonable efforts, whether the Applicant is actually the owner of the Registered Trademark invoked in the Application; and

•    Verify whether or not the Domain Name applied for corresponds with the requirements laid down in Section 3.3 and 4.4. (Eligible Text String for the Domain Name applied for).

The Validation Agent is not and cannot be obliged, but it is permitted in its sole discretion, to conduct its own investigations into the circumstances of the Application or Registered Trademark claimed and the Documentary Evidence produced (if any) in the context of a reconsideration.

It is the sole responsibility of the Applicant to provide accurate, complete and up-to-date information in the Application and, if required, in any documentary evidence requested by the Validation Agent. In case (i) the information contained in the Application and/or the documentary evidence provided by or on behalf of the Applicant does not meet these standards, (ii) the procedures laid down by the .CO.NO Operator and/or the Validation Agent have not been complied with and/or (iii) such information is not provided within the period set forth by the Validation Agent, the Application may be declined. The verification process is intended to check an Application’s conformance with the .CO.NO Sunrise policies and whether the Domain Name applied for is appropriate and acceptable. The result of the verification does not necessarily reflect the validity of the Registered Trademarks themselves. Any decision in the Sunrise process is not a reflection of the validity of any prior right claimed.

7.    ADR Proceeding


The Applicant or any other interest Party may initiate, upon payment of a fee determined by the CAC, an ADR Proceeding against a decision of the .CO.NO Operator.

Further guidelines as how to initiate an ADR Proceeding and the process hereof, will be described in the Guidelines for ADR, which are published by the CAC.

8. Miscellaneous Provisions

 

8.1.     Modifications, Guidelines and Enforceability


The .CO.NO Operator may issue interpretive guidelines on its website regarding the terms of these Sunrise policies. The .CO.NO Operator may modify these Sunrise policies from time to time, and modifications will take effect at the time they are announced on the Operator’s website and without prior notice to registrars or Applicants.

If any part of these Sunrise policies is declared invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of these Sunrise policies shall remain valid and enforceable as if the invalid or unenforceable part were not included herein. There shall be substituted for any invalid or unenforceable provision a suitable provision that, as far as is legally possible, comes nearest to the sense and purpose of these Sunrise policies, taking into account all other applicable rules and policies.

8.2.     Limitation of Liability and Decisions by .CO.NO Operator


To the extent allowed under mandatory law, the .CO.NO Operator shall only be liable where the .CO.NO Operator’s gross negligence or willful misconduct is proven. Under no circumstances shall the .CO.NO Operator be held liable for any direct, indirect, special, consequential, incidental exemplary damages of any kind whatsoever that result from any loss of use, lost data or lost profits arising from or associated with the use or functionality of the .CO.NO Operator’s website (“Website”) or the inability to use said Website, or arising from the supply or failure to supply services, or any cost or damage resulting from any information (including the decisions taken by the .CO.NO Operator to register or not to register a Domain Name on the basis of the findings of the Validation Agents) as well as the consequence of those decision), software, product, service or graphic element associated with or obtained from the Website or resulting from the use of such Website, irrespective of whether such liability is contractual or non-contractual.

The Applicant agrees and accepts that no damages may be claimed from the Operator (such as, but not limited to, any fees payable or paid by the Applicant in the context of any proceedings initiated against a decision by the .CO.NO Operator to register or not to register a Domain Name).

The Applicant shall hold the .CO.NO Operator harmless from claims filed or disputes initiated by third parties, and shall indemnify and compensate the .CO.NO Operator for any costs or expenses incurred or damages for which it may be held liable as a result of third parties taking action against it on the grounds that the Application for or the registration or use of the Domain Name by the Applicant infringes the rights of a third party.

For the purposes of this Article, the term “.CO.NO Operator” also refers to its members and subcontractors, including the Validation Agents, and each of their respective directors, agents and employees. The obligations of .CO.NO Accredited Registrars are laid out in the .CO.NO Operator-Registrar Agreement. Such obligations include the conformance with these Sunrise Policies.

 

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