Domain suspensions in ‘.uk’ TLD double as PIPCU requests surge

New figures released by Nominet reveal that the number of ‘.uk’ domain name suspensions doubled over the 12 months to October 31 2017, with enforcement takedowns topping 16,000. The UK Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has been a major contributor to this increase, accounting for more than 13,500 requests for action.

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