Government publishes updated Guidance on .eu top level domain name registrations in the event of a “no deal” EU exit

The Guidance was originally published on 21 December 2018 and has now been updated to reflect information published by EURid, the registry for the .eu top level domain, on 24 January 2019. EURid’s notice provided further clarification for prospective and existing UK registrants of .eu domains: (i) in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal; and (ii) in the event of the UK leaving the EU following a planned transitional period on 31 December 2020 or at a later date.

The Guidance is for those who have existing domain name registrations under .eu or have an interest in registering a domain name under .eu. This includes UK individuals, companies or organisations. To access the updated Guidance, click here.