The Journal (Ireland): Want to set up a .ie website? You may not need a ‘valid claim to the name’ to get one anymore

The Journal (Ireland): Want to set up a .ie website? You may not need a ‘valid claim to the name’ to get one anymore. “Currently, an applicant seeking to have a website with .ie at the end must do two things: prove they have a valid claim to the desired name and a real, tangible connection to the island of Ireland. The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), however, wants to change this rule and make it that an applicant only has to prove a connection to Ireland to get this domain name.”