IntraNIC Domain Policies
Section 1. - Top Level Domains
- Once a TLD has been deligated to IntraNIC, it will not be relinquished if ICANN deligates the same TLD.
- A TLD that has become defunct will either be removed from the root, or have control transferred to either IntraNIC or another organization with the capacity to maintain it.
Section 2. - Domain Registration
- Domains may not be held by domain campers. Any person holding an unused domain will either voluntarily relinquish it, or have it's registration revoked.
- Domains used by spammers, hackers, or used for other malicious purposes are not permitted. Such domains will be forfeited.
- Domain registrants of IntraNIC controlled domains shall have the right to privacy of personal information. WHOis servers are not permitted to publish contact information or personal information.
Section 3. - Peering
- An organization wishing to peer top level domains should have basic infrastructure in place, including a registration page for domains.
Section 4. - Addition of TLDs
- Organizations must provide all infrastructure for their TLD, including name resolution, domain registration, and support.
- While not a requirement, organizations should offer a public DNS resolver of the IntraNIC root.