Judge blocks seizure of Iran’s ccTLD

by Kevin Murphy
ICANN has won a court battle, and avoided a major political incident, over an attempt by terrorism victims to seize ccTLDs belonging to Iran, Korea and Syria. A District of Columbia judge ruled this week that while ccTLDs may be a form of “property” under the law, they’re not “attachable” property. Attachment is a legal concept used when creditors attempt to seize assets belonging to debtors.Read the full article