As the technologists behind Public Interest Registry (PIR), we take our commitment to the security and stability of the .ORG domain seriously. We’d like to provide our own view, as the people ultimately responsible for the operation of the .ORG domain, on some of the concerns we’ve heard recently regarding the future of PIR and the security and stability of .ORG.
By Jon Nevett. When I first learned that the Internet Society might sell Public Interest Registry (PIR), I had mixed emotions. I was surprised, a bit confused, and concerned. Many people are feeling the same way. It’s important to have continued discussions about the future of .ORG…
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