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String Policy

General

This Registry String Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies” and applies to each of the top level domains listed below (individually, the "TLD"):

  • TLD:.WANG
  • TLD:.商城(xn--czru2d))
  • TLD:.网店(xn--hxt814e)
  • TLD:.八卦(xn--45q11c)

This document is in both English and Chinese. If there is any inconsistency or conflict, the English version shall be authoritative.

References to “Registry Operator” are to the registry operator of the TLD.

Technical and Basic Requirements

Multiple level labels combined together form a domain name (also known as a “string”). All domain names in the TLD must comply with RFC 1034 Section 3.5.

Registry Operator will not accept a registration request for a domain name unless the applied-for string meets the requirements set out in this policy and any other applicable Registry Policies.

ASCII Strings

An ASCII domain name label (string) or its translated A-Label string:

  • a.must not exceed 63 characters (not including the TLD);
  • b.must consist of A-Z (case insensitive), the digits (0-9) and hyphen (-) only;
  • c.must not start or end with a hyphen (-); and
  • d.must not contain hyphens in the third and fourth character positions (-), e.g. “ab--cd” is not allowed.

IDN Strings

IDN strings must be “IDNA-valid” as defined in RFC 5890 Section 2.3.2.1.

Registry Operator supports Chinese (ZH) IDNs as defined in RFC 4713. Specifically, only one subset of Chinese characters is allowed as specified in:

IDN Variant Bundling Rules

Many Chinese characters have several acceptable written forms that are known as “variants”. These variants are regarded as having the same meaning as their primary form.

Registry Operator adopts the following sub-level IDN variant bundling rules:

  • a.When an IDN domain name is registered, either simplified or traditional Chinese characters may be registered and activated as the primary domain name while all other variants will be reserved to the registrant and blocked from registration.
  • b.The primary domain name and all of its variants constitute a bundle set. Deletion of any of the strings of the bundle set will render all the other variants deleted at the same time.
  • c.The reserved variants in the bundle set may be activated upon request by the registrant (via the sponsoring registrar).
  • d.Active variant IDNs must be provisioned in the TLD’s DNS zone file as zone cuts using the same NS resource records as the primary (canonical) domain name.

The above sub-level IDN bundling rules are subject to change if and when ICANN implements delegation of variants of IDN TLDs.

Anti-Abuse Policy

1.General

This Registry Anti-Abuse Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies” and applies to each of the top level domains listed below (individually, the “TLD):

  • TLD:.WANG
  • TLD:.商城(xn--czru2d))
  • TLD:.网店(xn--hxt814e)
  • TLD:.八卦(xn--45q11c)

Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms used in this document have the meanings given to them in the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (“RAA”).

This document is in both English and Chinese. If there is any inconsistency or conflict, the English version shall be authoritative.

2.Basic Requirements

Registration and use of domain names in the TLD are subject to all applicable laws and regulations, all Registry Policies and ICANN requirements set out in the Registry Agreement and the RAA, including all ICANN Consensus Policies and Temporary Policies.

Registry Operator reserves the right to amend or update this policy from time to time to take into account new laws or ICANN requirements, changes to technology or Registry’s operations and practices. Any amendments or update to this policy shall be effective and binding upon registrars and registrants thirty (30) days after the initial date of posting on Registry Operator’s website at http://www.nic.wang.

3.Provisions to be Included in Registration Agreements

Registrars must require all Registered Name Holders to enter into an electronic or paper registration agreement with the sponsoring registrar.

Each registration agreement must include all the provisions specified in any applicable law, the RAA and the Registry-Registrar Agreement.

3A.Registration of Two-character ASCII Labels

Registrar must require a Registered Name Holder of a two-character ASCII label at the second level to represent and warrant in writing that the Registered Name Holder will take steps to ensure against misrepresentation or falsely implying that the Registered Name Holder or its business is affiliated with a government or a country-code manager if such affiliation, sponsorship or endorsement does not exist.

4.Prohibited Use

Registry Operator expressly prohibits abusive use of a domain name for any illegal or fraudulent activities, including but not limited to, distributing malware, abusively operating botnets, phishing, piracy, trademark or copyright infringement, fraudulent or deceptive practices, counterfeiting or otherwise engaging in activity contrary to applicable law.

Registry Operator will periodically conduct a technical analysis to assess whether domains in the TLD are being used to perpetrate security threats, such as pharming, phishing, malware, and botnets.

5.Consequences for Contravention of Anti-Abuse Policy

Registry Operator reserves the right to deny, cancel or transfer any registration or transaction, or place any domain name(s) on registry lock, hold or similar status, that it deems necessary, in its discretion:

  • a.to enforce any Registry Policies (including this policy) and ICANN requirements, as amended from time to time;
  • b.to protect the integrity and stability of Registry Operator, its operations, and the TLD;
  • c.to comply with any applicable law, regulation, holding, order, or decision issued by a court, administrative authority, or dispute resolution service provider with jurisdiction over Registry Operator or registrants;
  • d.to establish, assert, or defend the legal rights of Registry Operator or a third party, or to avoid any liability, civil or criminal, on the part of Registry Operator as well as its affiliates, subsidiaries, owners, officers, directors, representatives, employees, contractors, and stockholders; and
  • e.to correct mistakes made by Registry Operator or a registrar in connection with a registration or reservation of the domain name.
Registry Reserved Names Policy

General

This Registry Reserved Names Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies” and applies to each of the top level domains listed below (individually, the "TLD"):

  • TLD:.WANG
  • TLD:.商城(xn--czru2d))
  • TLD:.网店(xn--hxt814e)
  • TLD:.八卦(xn--45q11c)

References to “Registry Operator” are to the registry operator of the TLD.

Reserved Names Not Available for Registration

In addition to ICANN mandated reserved names, Registry Operator shall reserve (i.e., withhold from registration or allocate to Registry Operator, but not register to third parties, delegate, use, activate in the DNS or otherwise make available) or block certain names from registration (“Reserved Names”) in accordance with this Reserved Names Policy.

Each registration request is checked against the Reserved Names list. If the request is for a Reserved Name, it will not be accepted by Registry Operator.

Reserved Names List

Registry Operator shall maintain a Reserved Names list consisting of names, labels or additional character strings:

  • a. mandated by ICANN to be reserved or blocked ( “ICANN Requirements”);
  • b. reserved under applicable laws or regulations (“Local Laws or Regulatory Requirements”); and
  • c. reserved under Registry’s marketing or strategic programs (“Marketing Programs”).

Registry Operator reserves the right to add to or remove names from the Reserved Names list at its discretion, provided that such change is not inconsistent with the ICANN Requirements and the Local Laws or Regulatory Requirements.

ICANN Requirements

Unless ICANN expressly authorizes in writing, the following labels are reserved or blocked from registration:

  • a. The ASCII label “EXAMPLE”.
  • b. All two-character ASCII labels (including 00 to 99).
  • c. Labels reserved for registry operations.
  • d. Country and Territory Names.
  • e. International Olympic Committee; International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
  • f. Intergovernmental Organizations. See the labels specified at.
  • g.Second level names blocked under ICANN’s “New gTLD Collision Occurrence Management Plan”. See the labels specified at https://www.icann.org/sites/default/files/tlds/wang/wang-apd-list-12nov13-en.csv

Additional labels or names (including their IDN variants) may be added to (e) and (g) above upon ten (10) calendar days’ notice from ICANN to Registry Operator.

Local Laws or Regulatory Requirements

The Measures for the Administration of Internet Domain Names (Regulation No. 30) promulgated by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China stipulate:

“No organization or individual may register or use names containing elements that:

  • a. Oppose the fundamental principles of the Constitution;
  • b. Compromise national security, divulge state secrets, subvert the government or damage national unity;
  • c. Damage national honor and interest;
  • d. Incite ethnic hatred or ethnic discrimination, undermining people unity;
  • e. Violate state religion policies or propagate heretical teachings or feudal superstitions;
  • f. Spread rumors, disturb social order or undermine social stability;
  • g.Spread obscenity, pornography, gambling, violence, murder, terrorism or incite the commission of crimes;
  • h. Insult or slander others or infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of a third party; or
  • i. Contain other content prohibited by laws and administrative regulations.”

Accordingly, names that are deemed in violation of the Measures are blocked from registration.

Additional names (including their IDN variants) may be added upon reasonable notice from the relevant authority to Registry Operator.

Marketing Programs

Names that are reserved under a Marketing Program are considered Reserved Names. Registry Operator may allocate the Reserved Names under such Marketing Program sale or auction from time to time. Once a Reserved Name is allocated, it will be removed from the Reserved Names list.

Activation of Reserved Names

A Reserved Name may be registered and activated provided the intended registrant presents Registry Operator a letter of consent issued by the rights holder authorizing the intended registrant to register the domain name.

For more information, contact Registry Operator at reservednames@nic.wang

Registry Sunrise Registration Policy

General

This Registry Sunrise Registration Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies”and applies to the top level domain listed below (the "TLD"):

  • TLD:.WANG
  • TLD:.商城(xn--czru2d))
  • TLD:.网店(xn--hxt814e)
  • TLD:.八卦(xn--45q11c)

Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms used in this document have the meanings given to them in the ICANN’s Trademark Clearinghouse Rights Protection Mechanism Requirements available athttps://www.icann.org/resources/pages/tmch-requirements-2014-01-09-en.

Start-Date Sunrise

Registry Operator will offer a Start-Date Sunrise for thirty (30) calendar days (“Sunrise Period”), followed by a quiet period prior to the start of General Registration. The start-date and end-date for the Sunrise Period will be published on Registry Operator’s website at http://www.nic.wang/.

During the Sunrise Period, holders of eligible trademarks that have been validated by the Trademark Clearinghouse may apply to register domain names in the TLD.

Registration Requirements

Privacy or proxy services may not be used in connection with applications submitted during the Sunrise Period. In addition, an application for a Sunrise Registration must meet the following criteria (a “Valid Sunrise Application”):

  • a.a valid SMD file from the Sunrise-Eligible Rights Holder (or its agent) matching the applied-for domain name was provided and the validation procedures described in the Functional Specifications were performed; and
  • b.it complies with all applicable Registry Policies(including Registry Operator’s string policy and Reserved Names Policy).

Allocation

All applications received during the Sunrise Period will be time-stamped as they are received in the registry system.

After the Sunrise Period ends, the applied-for domain name will be allocated to the applicant of a Valid Sunrise Application and if two or more Valid Sunrise Applications are received, it will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Representations and Warranties

By making a Sunrise Registration application, the applicant:

  • a.agrees to be bound by this Sunrise Policy, all other Registry Policies and ICANN requirements set out in the Registry Agreement, including all ICANN Consensus Policies and Temporary Policies https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/consensus-policies-2012-02-25-en;
  • b.represents and warrants that it is a Sunrise-Eligible Rights Holder or its duly authorized agent;
  • c.agrees to submit to any challenges filed in accordance with Registry Operator’s Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy available at http://en.nic.wang/policy.html?titleID=6 (“SDRP”); and
  • d.acknowledges, agrees, and accepts sole and direct liability for damages suffered by any third party injured as a consequence of an application and/or the Sunrise Registration under this Sunrise Policy, and agrees to indemnify and hold Registry Operator and its employees, directors, officers, representatives, affiliates, agents, and contractors harmless for any claims, causes of action, damages, or injuries resulting from actions, omissions, or errors.

Sunrise Dispute Resolution

Challenges to Sunrise Registrations on the following grounds may be filed with National Arbitration Forum (“Forum”) in accordance with the SDRP and the Forum’s Rules available at http://domains.adrforum.com/main.aspx?itemID=1922:

  • a.at the time the challenged domain name was registered, the registrant did not hold a trademark registration of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty;
  • b.the domain name is not identical to the mark on which the registrant based its Sunrise Registration; or
  • c.the trademark registration on which the registrant based its Sunrise Registration is not of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty.
Registry General Registration Policy

General

This Registry General Registration Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies ” and applies to the top level domain listed below (the "TLD"):

  • TLD:.WANG
  • TLD:.商城(xn--czru2d))
  • TLD:.网店(xn--hxt814e)
  • TLD:.八卦(xn--45q11c)

Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms used in this document have the meanings given to them in the ICANN Trademark Clearinghouse Rights Protection Mechanism Requirements available at https://archive.icann.org/en/resources/registries/tmch-requirements(“TMCH Requirements”).

General Registration Commencement

After conclusion of the Sunrise Period and any subsequent quiet period, General Registration commences when available domain names in the TLD are open to the general public for registration.

A General Registration application must meet all Registry Policies (including Registry Operator’s String Policy) and ICANN requirements set out in the Registry Agreement and the Registrar Accreditation Agreement to be considered a valid application.

Valid applications will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

"Landrush Period"

Variable initial registration fees apply to first few weeks of General Registration (known as the “Landrush Period”). During the Landrush Period, interested parties may apply for available domain names in the TLD.

After conclusion of the Landrush Period, available domain names in the TLD are open to the general public for registration at a regular initial registration fee.

Trademark Claims Services

As part of the TMCH Requirements, Registry Operator will provide the Claims Services for the first ninety (90) calendar days of General Registration.

The “Claims Services” provide (i) a notice to potential domain name registrants that a domain name they are seeking to register in the TLD matches a Trademark Record (a “Claims Notice”); and (ii) a notification to the Trademark Holder.

A Claims Notice is intended to provide clear notice to the potential domain name registrant of the scope of the Trademark Holder’s rights. Accordingly, during the first 90 days of General Registration, a potential domain name registrant may only complete the domain name registration following acknowledgement of the receipt of a Claims Notice.

DNSSEC Practice Statement

Click the link to download:

DPS_for_Website.pdf

Registry Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy

Click the link to download:

Sunrise_Dispute_Resolution_Policy.pdf

References

Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)
ICANN WHOIS policy and educational
Whois Data Remainder Policy
Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy
Whois Marketing Restriction Policy
Restored Names Accuracy Policy
Expired Domain Deletion Policy
AGP Limits Policy
Expired Registration Recovery Policy
Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS)
China Domain Name Regulation, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, 2004 Regulation No. 30
Trademark Claim Service
CNNIC IDN list
TWNIC IDN list

Specific policy

".wang" Sunrise Period Policy

Zodiac Registry Limited is pleased to announce that the first TLD, .wang, will hit the market starting on 21 April.

Zodiac applied for more than a dozen of Chinese Top Level Domains (TLDs) that Chinese Internet users can use easily relate to.

“wang”, a transliteration/pinyin of 网 (web) in Chinese language, the first new gTLD to hit the Chinese market, will no doubt make Chinese Internet users making use of domain names much easier and much more meaningful.

According to the launch plan of .wang, which is approved by ICANN, the first stage of the launch periods is the Sunrise Period. Sunrise Period is a specially designed period for Trademark Clearinghouse validated mark holder to apply for their matching domain name in the TLD.

Sunrise TimeLine

Sunrise Period will start on 21 April and close on 21 May. Exact timeline is as follows:

  • Sunrise notice 00:00 of 22 March to 23:59 of 20 April (UTC+8)
  • Sunrise period 00:00 of 21 April to 23:59 of 21 May (UTC+8)
  • Quiet Period 00:00 of 22 May to 23:59 of 25 May (UTC+8)

Eligibility Requirement

During the Sunrise Period, holders of eligible trademarks that have been validated by the Trademark Clearinghouse may apply to register domain names in the TLD, provided a valid SMD file from the Sunrise-Eligible Rights Holder (or its agent) matching the applied-for domain name was provided and validated.

Privacy or proxy services may not be used in connection with applications submitted during the Sunrise Period.

Sunrise applicant shall comply with all applicable Registry Policies (including Registry Operator’s String Policy and Reserved Names Policy).

Allocation

All applications received during the Sunrise Period will be time-stamped as they are received in the registry system.

After the Sunrise Period ends, the applied-for domain name will be allocated to the applicant of a Valid Sunrise Application and if two or more Valid Sunrise Applications are received, it will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sunrise Registration Fee

The first year registration Fee is US $1,688. Second year or renewal will go back to standard price.

Sunrise registration fee cannot be refunded in the event the registration request is withdrawn during the Sunrise Period. However the registration request is eligible for a refund if the applied-for domain name is allocated based on time stamp to other applicant who applied for the same name.

Sunrise Dispute Resolution

Challenges to Sunrise Registrations on the following grounds may be filed with National Arbitration Forum (“Forum”) in accordance with the SDRP and the Forum’s Rules available at http://domains.adrforum.com/main.aspx?itemID=1922.

  • a.at the time the challenged domain name was registered, the registrant did not hold a trademark registration of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty;
  • b.the domain name is not identical to the mark on which the registrant based its Sunrise Registration; or
  • c.the trademark registration on which the registrant based its Sunrise Registration is not of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty.

Explanation

The Registry Operator reserves all right to the explanation of this announcement. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.nic.wang.

".wang" Landrush Period Policy

Zodiac Registry Limited is pleased to announce that the first TLD, “. wang”, will hit the market on April 21, 2014. Zodiac was founded in 2008 in anticipation of the launch of ICANN’s new gTLD.

Zodiac applied for more than a dozen of Chinese TLDs that Chinese Internet users can use easily.

“. Wang”, a transliteration(pinyin) of “网” (web) in Chinese language, the first new gTLD to hit the Chinese market, will no doubt make Chinese Internet users make use of domain names much easier and much more meaningful.

According to the launch plan of “.wang” TLD, Sunrise Period is from March 22 to May 25, Landrush Period from May 26 to June 29, and General Registration Period starts on June 30.

Landrush Timeline and Registration Fee

Exact timeline and registration fee is as following:

  • From 00:00 of May 26 to 23:59 of May 30 (UTC+8), US$19,998/year.
  • From 00:00 of May 31 to 23:59 of June 4 (UTC+8), US$ 8,888/year.
  • From 00:00 of June 5 to 23:59 of June 9 (UTC+8), US$ 3,888/year.
  • From 00:00 of June 10 to 23:59 of June 14 (UTC+8), US$ 1,688/year.
  • From 00:00 of June 15 to 23:59 of June 19 (UTC+8), US$ 688/year.
  • From 00:00 of June 20 to 23:59 of June 24(UTC+8), US$ 288/year.
  • From 00:00 of June 25 to 23:59 of June 29(UTC+8), US$ 128/year.

Registration fee paid while submitting applications is non-refundable once registration is accepted.

The first year Registration Fee is shown above, whereas the second year price and Renewal price remains the same as the standard price.

Eligibility Requirements

Available domain names in the TLD are open to the general public for registration.

Allocation

Registrants should submit registration applications through registry-accredited registrars.

List of registry-accredited registrars is available at http://en.nic.wang/partner.htmlh. The applied-for domain names will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Landrush applicant shall comply with all applicable Registry Policies (including but not limited to Registry Operator’s String Policy and Reserved Names Policy).

Please refer to ttp://en.nic.wang/partner.htmlfor details.

Landrush Dispute Resolution

Disputes arising from Landrush Registration may be filed to ICANN appointed Dispute Resolution Service Provider (UDRP or URS, details can be find at ICANN website http://www.icann.org/en/help/dndr).

Explanation

The Registry Operator reserves all right to the explanation of this announcement.

".wang" Registry Exclusive Registration Policy

General

This Registry Exclusive Registration Policy is incorporated by reference into the registration agreements between registrars and registrants. It forms part of the “Registry Policies” and applies to the top level domain listed below ("TLD"):

  • TLD: .WANG

Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms used in this document have the meanings given to them in the ICANN’s Trademark Clearinghouse Rights Protection Mechanism Requirements available at https://www.icann.org/en/resources/registries/tmch-requirements and the Addendum to Name Collision Occurrence Assessment available at https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-2-2014-11-07-en(“Addendum").

Exclusive Registration Period and Eligibility

Pursuant to the Addendum, Registry Operator is required to offer an exclusive registration period for “names that were (i) included on an SLD Block List of the Registry Operator’s Alternate Path to Delegation Report and (ii) recorded in the Trademark Clearinghouse that Registry Operator withheld from allocation during its Sunrise Period (“Affected Names”).

Registry Operator has opted for “ICANN Selected Exclusive Registration Dates”. As such, Registry Operator will provide a minimum of ten (10) calendar days’ notice of the exclusive registration period followed by at least thirty (30) calendar days of exclusive registration (“Exclusive Registration Period”). The start-date and end-date for the Exclusive Registration Period will be published on Registry Operator’s website at https://www.nic.wang.

During the Exclusive Registration Period, Affected Names will be made exclusively available for allocation or registration to holders of eligible trademarks that have been validated by the Trademark Clearinghouse.

Registration Requirements

Privacy or proxy services may not be used in connection with applications submitted during the Exclusive Registration Period. In addition, an application for allocation or registration of an Affected Name must meet the following criteria:

  • a.valid SMD file from the Sunrise-Eligible Rights Holder (or its agent) matching the applied-for domain name was provided and the validation procedures described in the Functional Specifications were performed; and
  • b.it complies with all applicable Registry Policies (including Registry Operator’s String Policy and Reserved Names Policy).

Allocation and Registration

All applications received during the Exclusive Registration Period will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Representations and Warranties

By making an application during the Exclusive Registration Period, the applicant:

  • a.agrees to be bound by this Exclusive Registration Policy, all other Registry Policies and ICANN requirements set out in the Registry Agreement and the Registrar Accreditation Agreement, including all ICANN Consensus Policies and Temporary Policies https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/consensus-policies-2012-02-25-en;
  • b.represents and warrants that it is a Sunrise-Eligible Rights Holder or its duly authorized agent and the applied-for domain name is an Affected Name;
  • c.agrees to submit to any challenges filed in accordance with Registry Operator’s Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy available at http://en.nic.wang/policy.html (“SDRP”); and
  • d.acknowledges, agrees, and accepts sole and direct liability for damages suffered by any third party injured as a consequence of an application and/or the Exclusive Registration under this Exclusive Registration Policy, and agrees to indemnify and hold Registry Operator and its employees, directors, officers, representatives, affiliates, agents, and contractors harmless for any claims, causes of action, damages, or injuries resulting from actions, omissions, or errors.

Dispute Resolution

The Addendum requires Registry Operator to extend availability of its SDRP used during its Sunrise Period to also address disputes regarding its registration of Affected Names registered during the Exclusive Registration Period.

Accordingly, all domain names allocated or registered during the Exclusive Registration Period are deemed “Sunrise Registrations” and are subject to challenges on the grounds set out in the SDRP, except the SDRP is modified as follows:

  • a.all reference to “sunrise period” or “Sunrise period” are replaced by “Exclusive Registration Period”; and
  • b.all references to “Registry Operator’s Sunrise Registration Policy” are to this “Registry Exclusive Registration Policy”.

Challenges may be filed with National Arbitration Forum (“Forum”) in accordance with the SDRP and the Forum’s Rules available at http://domains.adrforum.com/main.aspx?itemID=1922.

".商城" Exclusive Registration Period Policy

Pursuant to ICANN’s latest Announcement, second level domain names in ”.商城“ TLD that were blocked due to Name Collision Occurrence Assessment (“SLD Block List”) may be released.

To implement ICANN mandated rights protection mechanisms, Zodiac Registry will offer an exclusive registration period for names that were (i) included on its SLD Block List and (ii) recorded in the Trademark Clearinghouse but withheld from allocation during its Sunrise Period (“Affected Names”).

Time

Zodiac Registry has opted for “ICANN Selected Exclusive Registration Dates” as follows:

Notice Period:12:00 December 15, 2014 to 11:59 January 16, 2015

Exclusive Registration Period:12:00 January 16, 2015 to 11:59 February 15, 2015

All time is UTC+8.

Eligibility Requirement

During the Exclusive Registration Period, Affected Names will be made exclusively available for allocation or registration to holders of eligible trademarks that have been validated by the Trademark Clearinghouse. In addition, a valid SMD file matching the applied-for domain name should be provided and validated.

Privacy or proxy services may not be used in connection with applications submitted during the Period.

Applicant shall comply with all applicable Registry Policies (including String Policy and Reserved Names Policy).

Allocation

All applications received during the Exclusive Registration Period will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Registration Fee

Please refer to accredited registrars. A list of accredited registrars can be found at Zodiac Registry’s website at http://en.shangcheng.wang/partner.html.

The registration fee cannot be refunded if the registration is successful.

Dispute Resolution

Challenges to domain names registered during the Exclusive Registration Period on the following grounds may be filed with National Arbitration Forum (“Forum”) in accordance with the SDRP and the Forum’s Rules available at http://domains.adrforum.com/main.aspx?itemID=1922.

  • a.At the time the challenged domain name was registered, the registrant did not hold a trademark registration of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty;
  • b.The domain name is not identical to the mark on which the registrant based its registration; or
  • c.The trademark registration on which the registrant based its registration is not of national effect (or regional effect) or the trademark had not been court-validated or protected by statute or treaty.

Explanation

Zodiac Registry reserves the right to change or update this announcement.

For more information, please visit our Exclusive Registration Period Policy at http://en.shangcheng.wang/policy.html#5.

To view the whole Name collision list, please visit: https://www.icann.org/sites/default/files/tlds/xn--czru2d/xn--czru2d-apd-list-12nov13-en.csv.