ICANN appeals German court injunction rejection
The internet overseer says the court was wrong to rule that it did not “sufficiently explain” or provide a “credible reason” why it wanted to force one of its registrars to collect data on new registrants
In the most recent development in the ongoing frustration to online enforcement, the organisation that oversees the internet’s naming and numbering systems has appealed against a German court’s decision to reject its injunction request.
ICANN (the Internet Corporation...
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