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What is the Domain Name Association?

The Domain Name Association is a new non-profit global business association that represents the interests of the domain name industry. Its members are groups, businesses, and individuals involved in the provision, support, and sale of domain names. This includes such organisations as domain name registries, registrars, resellers, and registry service providers.

The Domain Name Association aims to play a key role in helping consumers, business, public-benefit organisations, and others understand the benefits and take advantage of the upcoming expansion of the Internet name space. It is the first-ever industry trade association to represent the interests of the domain name industry and will promote, advance, and support the common interests of the industry with regards to the provisioning, expanded adoption, and use of domain names.

The intent of the Domain Name Association is to build trust, exchange ideas, educate, and raise awareness of domain related issues.

We invite all stakeholders in the domain name industry to join the Domain Name Association to work together to support our shared objectives.

In the News

US Plan for Web Faces Credibility Issue
19 March 2014
Wall Street Journal
"The U.S. government performs admirably in this role and it is important that any new oversight mechanism performs as reliably and consistently," said Kurt Pritz of the Domain Name Association, which represents top-level domain holders and registrars ...

Roundup: industry reaction to US giving up IANA role
16 March 2014
Domain Incite

Dot-Specific Domain Names on Way to the Web
28 January 2014
Boston Globe

Sell Bikes? There's a Web Domain for That
22 January 2014
Wall Street Journal

Domain Name Association Prepares for gTLD Marketing Campaign
18 November 2013


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