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網域申請政策

This is where you will find all policies regarding domain names:

Domain Name Registration / Registrant Information Policy

Persons wishing to register a domain name ("Domain Name") must:

  1. Qualify for registration.
  2. Submit certain information.
  3. Meet certain conditions as detailed below.

Qualifications for Registration

A Domain Name Registrant ("Registrant") must be either (a) an identifiable human individual (over the age of 18 years); or (b) a legally recognized statutory entity (such as a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, or PLC).

Registrant Information

Applications for registration of a particular Domain Name must be accompanied by the following information ("Registrant Information"):

  1. Legally recognized first and last name (surname) of the contact person for the Registrant (this contact person maybe the Registrant itself). If the Registrant is an organization, association, corporation, or other legally recognized entity, the contact person must be a person authorized to legally bind the entity.
  2. Valid postal address of the Registrant.
  3. Functioning e-mail address of the Registrant.
  4. Working telephone number for the Registrant, including country code, area code, and proper extension, if applicable.

Providing true, current, complete, and accurate contact information is an absolute condition of registration of a Domain Name with Registrar. If the Registrant Information provided to Registrar, or subsequent modification to that information, contains false, inaccurate or misleading information, or conceals or omits pertinent information, Registrar may terminate, suspend or place on hold the Domain Name registration of any Registrant without notification and without refund to the Registrant.

The Registrant is responsible for keeping the Registrant Information up to date and responding in a timely fashion to communications from Registrar.

Conditions for Registration

Before a prospective can secure the registration of a particular Domain Name, five (5) conditions must be met:

  1. Registrant must provide current, complete and accurate Registrant Information to Registrar.
  2. Registrant must acknowledge to have read, understood, accept and agree to be bound by the Registrar Registration Agreement.
  3. Registrant must acknowledge to have read, understood, accept and agree to be bound by Registrar Policies, including the Acceptable Use Policy and Dispute Policy.
  4. Registrant must submit and Registrar must receive the appropriate payment for registration of the Domain Name in accordance with the Payment Policy below.
  5. Registrar must accept Registrant's offer to register a Domain Name.

The registrant is bound to adhere to Registrar Policies and the Registrar Registration Agreement upon DotCC's dispatch of a confirmation to Registrant that the Domain Name registration has been accepted and completed.

Term of Registration and Renewal Policy

All Domain Names are registered for limited period. Specifically, Registrants may choose to register a domain for the following time periods: (i) one (1) year or; (ii) two (2) years or; (iii) five (5) years. In the absence of any successful legal challenge, the Registrant has the right of first refusal to renew the registration of Registrant's Domain Name. This right will expire in thirty (30) days after the last day of the initial term or then existing term of registration for which Registrar has received payment.

Payment Policy

Method of Payment

Credit-card、Telegraphic transfer or ATM remittance.

Cancellation Policy

There are no fees associated with the cancellation of service; however there are no refunds for the registration.

Miscellaneous Provisions

Restricted Domain Names

Certain Domain Names consisting of only one, two or three characters, are not available for registration. The Prospective Registrant of such a Domain Name will be advised if the particular Domain Name sought to be registered is unavailable for registration.

Right of Revocation

Registrar reserves the right, at its own discretion, to revoke the registration of a Domain Name of any Registrant who has violated Registrar Policies, including the Acceptable Use Policy and Dispute Policy, the Registrar Registration Agreement or any other agreement or policy binding upon the Registrant with respect to the Domain Name registration.

Registrant's Designated Name Servers

Domain Name Registrants are responsible for ensuring that at least two name servers remain configured and operable. Domains found to have less than two operable name servers may be de-activated by Registrar.

DNS Change Request Policy

Registrant cannot make changes to their DNS settings (i.e. point the Domain Name to a different Name Server or Internet Protocol address) until Registrar has received payment for the Domain Name registration.

Domain Name Management Password Modification Policy

Registrants are required to submit and use a Domain Name Management password to access their Registrant Information. Blank Domain Name management passwords are not allowed.

Free URL Forwarding; Pop Up Banner

Registrants may choose to use Registrar's free URL forwarding feature. Accordingly, Registrants can point a URL that may be hard to remember to a .cc domain name URL which is easy to remember.

Registrar places banners and/or pop-up windows in the top frame of any domain using Registrar's free URL forwarding feature. For a fee of USD$25, Registrar will disable the banner or pop-up window upon Registrant request. Registrant can also select this optional service during the registration process.

Consumer Protection and Fair-Trading Practices

Registrar encourages proper and responsible use of Domain Names by its Registrants. However, Registrants are solely responsible for proper use of particular Domain Names.

Any Registrant concerned with the proper use of a particular Domain Name should review the Acceptable Use Policy. Any party or consumer having a complaint or involved in a dispute involving a particular registrant and wishing to know the Registrant Information for a particular Domain Name should consult the Registrar Dispute Policy.

Spam Policy

Registrar encourages proper and responsible use of Domain Names by its Registrants. However, Registrants are solely responsible for proper use of particular Domain Names.

Any Registrant concerned with the proper use of a particular Domain Name should review the Acceptable Use Policy.

Registrar Agreements, Policies, Fees

Registrants are bound to adhere to these Registrar Policies, including the Dispute Policy and Acceptable Use Policy, the Registrar Registration Agreement, the Registrar and any other agreement or policy applicable to Registrants published by Registrar via Registrar's web site. Registrants are also subjected to the fees applicable for the particular service they request at the time such service is requested.

Modifications to Agreements, Policies and Services

Registrar reserves the right to revise the terms and conditions of these Registrar Policies, including the Dispute Policy and Acceptable Use Policy, the Registrar Registration Agreement, the Registrar Agreement or any other agreement or policy published by Registrar. Registrar may also change the services provided under these agreements and policies. Any such revision or change is binding upon Registrants and effective thirty (30) calendar days after the initial date of the posting of such revisions or modifications on Registrar's web site and are retroactive upon the effective date. By continuing to use Registrar services after the effective date, Registrants agree to be bound by and abide by any such revisions or changes.

Registrants should review Registrar's web site periodically to be aware of any such revisions. If at any time a Registrant does not agree to any revisions to said agreements or policies, Registrant may terminate its agreement with Registrar by following the instructions in the Cancellation Policy.