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- Published: Tuesday, 21 April 2015 17:25
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The Second Annual World Domain Day (WDD) took place at India in New Delhi where Samiran Gupta, Head of India for ICANN participated in WDD 2015. He kicked with the show about addressing an audience of Domaineers, Enterpreneurs, web designers and spoke about ICANN’s role and responsibility. At present he described about the multi-stake holder model and the various committees that are being a part of ICANN. Mr.Gupta said that the Challenges are being laid in figuring out a new model for the products and the IANA stewardship process is moving out of US control. They shed light on how to work on the Cross-Community Working Groups, which is filled with a group of volunteers and their decisions and opinions will create a power impact on one or more key stakeholders within the ICANN Framework. Mr.Gupta told that it is very much responsible for India’s Participation in ICANN which is strong enough with Communities, but it would be needed them to have a stronger voice. One of the most another speaker was Pavan Duggal, who is an expert in Cyberlaw and eCommerce law spoke with number of instances, how the domaineers end up with violating the law as well as with the property of others. The domain names are not only about the domaineering but also it leads to the best communal riots of all properties. Pavan Duggal also explained the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution policy and how to file a petition under this policy for which the domain name can be transferred. The customers who are registering the petition want his/her domain name back with the following procedures. The domain name must be similar to Complainant’s domain. The respondent of the domain has no legitimate rights or should not show any kind of interests to the concerned domain name. The domain name must be registered in bad faith and the petitions which are filed under the UDNDRP, points with the process that are explaining the ramifications of the details which are not being accurately filled during the registrations of the domains.