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UAE Domain Registrar

The .aeDA was established in 2007 by the TRA as a department. It is the Regulatory Body and Registry Operator for the .ae domain name.

The .aeDA is responsible for the setting and enforcement of all policy with regard to the operation of the .ae ccTLD as well as overseeing the operation of the Registry System.

The .aeDA’s role is to:

• Develop and execute policy
• Grow, develop and market the .ae namespace
• Accredit and manage .ae Registrars
• Educate the public, delivering and promoting the .ae domain name
• Facilitate the .ae Dispute Resolution Policy
• Represent .ae at International Forums

As the .aeDA has been formed by the TRA, a federal government department, the .aeDA will continually strive to maintain best practice for the administration of the .ae ccTLD and will administer the .ae domain in a fair and transparent manner.



Changes to the Technical Operation of the .ae ccTLD:

The .aeDA is implementing changes to the ae ccTLD in order to bring it in line with international best practice. This will result in several changes, as UAEnic (United Arab Emirates Network Information Centre) was handling all aspects of the domain name process.The .aeDA is introducing the ‘Registry - Registrar Model’ into the .ae ccTLD, to provide clarity of the roles within the industry, and to introduce competitive pricing, and service models for Registrants.

Proposed Registry-Registrar Model*
At the commencement of the new technical operation the roles of the participants will be as follows:

Regulatory Body – .aeDA
The organisation vetted with the responsibility of operating the ccTLD for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Registry Operator – .aeDA
Has the exclusive responsibly for maintenance of a centralised Registry for its particular TLD. The Regulatory Body and Registry Operator in some instances may be separate organisations, however in the case of the .ae ccTLD, the .aeDA will assume both roles.

Accredited Registrars
A person or entity that, via a contract with the Registry provides front-end registration services to Registrants. These services form the public interface to Registry services.

Resellers
Some Registrars use Resellers to provide customer sales and services. Resellers buy domain names and manage domain name records for their customers through an interface with their Registrar. Resellers do not have direct access to the Registry.

Registrants
The individual or organisation that registers a specific domain name. This individual or organisation holds the right to use that specific domain name for a specified period of time, provided certain conditions are met and the registration fees are paid. This person or organisation is the "legal entity" bound by the terms of the relevant service agreement with the Registry operator for the TLD in question.


Website: http://www.aeda.ae



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