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As a trustee of the global Internet Community, the .CO Registry is committed to creating a safe and secure namespace for registrants and users worldwide. Toward this end, we have implemented a Rapid Domain Compliance Process that will enable us to monitor the .CO domain and to rapidly bring into compliance any domain name that may pose a security threat.
Put into effect on December 1, 2010, the Rapid Domain Compliance Process gives the .CO Registry the ability to quickly suspend any .CO domain name, if it’s being used in a manner that appears to threaten the stability, integrity or security of the .CO Registry, or any of its registrar partners – and/or that may put the safety and security of any registrant or user at risk. The process also allows the Registry to take preventive measures to avoid any security threat.
The Rapid Domain Compliance Process may be triggered through a variety of channels, including, among other things, private complaint, public alert, government or enforcement agency outreach, and the on-going monitoring of Neustar's industry leading security monitoring labs. In all cases, we will first alert our registrar partners about any identified threats, and will work closely with them to bring offending sites into compliance.
The following are some (but not all) activities that may be subject to rapid domain compliance:
.CO Internet reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to take any administrative and operational actions necessary, including the use of computer forensics and information security technological services, among other things, in order to implement the Rapid Domain Compliance Process. This may include, among other things, locking, canceling, transferring or otherwise taking down .CO domain names that are the legitimate subject of a claim under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Process (UDRP) as notified by a valid third party dispute resolution service provider.