One of the most difficult aspects of online business is dealing with disputes over domain names. Late in 1999, ICANN, the Internet governing body, finally created a uniform domain name dispute resolution policy. The policy replaces Network Solutions’ old dispute resolution policy and requires that all domain name registrants be subject to a mandatory administrative proceeding to resolve certain domain name disputes.
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