More registrar transitions thanks to ICANN enforcement.
Domain name registrar DirectNIC will take over domain names that were registered at Red Register, which was recently de-accredited by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Red Register had approximately 7,000 global top level domain names under management. Billing contact information was not provided by Red Register, so customers should provide billing information to DirectNIC to ensure their domain names are renewed on time.
ICANN has also taken two additional registrar contract enforcement actions. First, it sent a breach notice to CodyCorp.com, Inc. The registrar has not been properly escrowing owner information data and has not provided public access to its whois data. Second, ICANN terminated the accreditation of Desto! Inc. ICANN sent a breach notice to Desto on March 30 for failure to pay its accreditation fees. The registrar currently owes ICANN $5,427.49.