The registry responsible for running the ‘.uk’ namespace, Nominet, has announced that it was conducting a review of its registration policy for ‘.uk’ domain names. The review focuses on the extent to which Nominet should be restricting offensive or otherwise inappropriate words or expressions in domain name registrations, as Nominet does not currently restrict domain name registrations, which are accepted on a ‘first come, first served’ basis without any restrictions.

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