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/ nic.at News - 17.05.2018 12:26
Data protection changes at nic.at

Due to the GDPR nic.at has undertaken changes in the Whois policy as well as the registration and management of .at-domains and has published all necessary data protection information. These are the most important points:

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/ Press-Reports - 17.05.2018 11:54
GDPR: reduced WHOIS for .at domains now implemented

Due to the GDPR, nic.at has implemented a new Whois policy: Data of natural persons are not published any longer. Information on these data will only be given to people who provide proof of identity and are able to prove a legitimate interest for finding out who the domain holder is.  Natural persons can still have their data published if they wish.

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/ Press-Reports - 15.03.2018 08:40
nic.at announces changes in public WHOIS system for .at domains

The nic.at WHOIS database, the public register of all registered .at domains, currently contains details on the holders of and contact persons for .at domains, regardless of whether they are companies or private individuals. Under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), nic.at will only publish legal persons’ data from mid-May 2018. Natural persons can still have their data published if they wish.

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/ Press-Reports - 13.03.2018 13:12
SIDN signs up for nic.at anycast network RcodeZero DNS to ensure permanent availability of its almost 6 million Dutch domains

The Dutch registry SIDN and Austria’s registry nic.at have signed a cooperation agreement, under which all domains managed by SIDN will additionally be hosted on the nic.at anycast network RcodeZero DNS. The agreement was announced by SIDN’s CEO Roelof Meijer and nic.at CEO Richard Wein on the sidelines of the ICANN meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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/ Press-Reports - 19.01.2018 10:54
2018: Four anniversaries for Austria’s Internet

The Republic of Austria is not the only one celebrating a birthday this year: Austria’s Internet also has many reasons to celebrate. Exactly 30 years ago, the Country Code Top-Level Domain .at was added to the global Domain Name System. In 1998, the Austrian Registry nic.at was founded together with the report centre Stopline. 10 years later, CERT.at (Austria’s Computer Emergency Response Team) was founded.

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/ nic.at News - 18.12.2017 15:08
Cranberry Orange Secco. The nic.at New Year's Eve drink

In case you are looking for a creative New Year's Eve drink to surprise your guests with: We have come up with something special this year! Try the nic.at Cranberry Orance Secco. The elegant drikn in nic.at red is bound to turn heads at your party.

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/ nic-Report - 15.12.2017 11:09
2017: a review

In our current nic//report we want to review the year gone by and to give an outlook on the year to come. Take a dip into the diversified world of nic.at and see what has kept us busy in 2017!

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/ nic.at News - 01.12.2017 10:17
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its impact on the domain industry

Like all other companies, registries and registrars must ensure they comply with the GDPR from 25 May 2018. A group of experts discussed the specific implications for the domain industry – which come in addition to the general requirements – at the nic.at Registrar Day in Vienna on 30 November 2017.

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/ nic-Report - 28.06.2017 17:49
Corporate Design Relaunch 2017

After days and nights spent working away in our offices, comparing notes in various meeting rooms and talking to numerous different agencies, we can now finally present the brand-new nic.at website. As you have probably noticed, we have also given our branding a complete makeover.

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/ nic.at News - 27.06.2017 08:43
The new nic.at brandworld

Since it was founded in 1998, nic.at has steadily expanded its service portfolio. In 2004 we set up ipcom GmbH, the subsidiary tasked with taking RcodeZero Anycyst DNS to market. What began as a basic Anycast service with only a few locations is now a powerful network with a host of additional services for a stable DNS.

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