On 5 October, an article from Lock Lord LLP was concerned with the status and use of the “.eu” domain in or by the UK and UK businesses after the end of the Brexit transition period. During the transition period individuals, businesses and organisations in the UK can continue to register and renew .eu domains. However, after the end of the transition period, EURid has the authority to revoke .eu domains held by UK-based registrants who no longer fulfil the eligibility criteria. The EU authorities warned that it will make such domains inoperable from 1 January 2021, and also plans to revoke the domains of ineligible registrants from 1 January 2022.
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