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Updates to General Terms and Conditions

The changes are being introduced to reduce the amount of data that collects when registering domains. The General Terms and Conditions amendment is published at this link.

Reception at the Presidential Palace

Mr. President addressed the attendees with the notion that thirty years ago no one really grasped the magnitude and significance of all that had happened in that year and what impact these events had on the development and visibility of Slovenia. He emphasized the importance of the .si top-level domain for Slovenia’s recognition in the … Continued

ISO/EIC 27001:2013 Certification

1. Why is obtaining the ISO27001 certificate important for the Registry .si? The Registry .si manages the top-level DNS infrastructure for .si, so the accessibility of the Slovenian domain space and therefore a large part of the Slovenian Internet depends on us. This is a great responsibility that we are well aware of, which is … Continued

Klara Herman, Communications and Public Relations

Work from home limited face-to-face interactions and sometimes resulted in slower information flows. Hence, Zoom proved to be the best option for teaming up and meeting new co-workers.  Nevertheless, we humans are very flexible. As quickly as we mastered new communication modes, we grasped the importance of a good team climate and mutual trust in … Continued

InterNetX interview with Barbara Povše Golob

Original interview is available on InterNetX website. “Why are ccTLDs still so popular in Europe?“ Barbara Povše Golob: During the pandemic, as our lives moved online – we worked, communicated, studied and of course shopped online – domain names have gained in importance. Many businesses, especially small ones, saw an opportunity and sometimes also the … Continued has prepared strategic guidelines for the next five years.

Link to strategic guidelines document (pdf).

Updated Domain name dispute resolution and General terms and conditions

Dear user of Registry .si services, we have updated our Rules on the alternative domain-name dispute resolution procedure for .si top-level domains (ARDS Rules of Procedure). The updates concern mainly the data, that we gather from the parties of the ARDS procedure, as well as individual obligations of the parties and arbiters regarding the statements … Continued