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Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Center (ADNDRC)

The Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC) is one of only four providers in the world and the first and only one located in Asia, of dispute resolution services in regards to generic top level domain names (gTLDs).

The ADNDRC (Kuala Lumpur Office) is operated and managed by the KLRCA since October 2009. Disputes handled by the ADNDRC (Kuala Lumpur Office) are governed by the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy Rules (UDRP Rules) as well as the ADNDRC Domain Name Dispute Supplemental Rules adopted by the ADNDRC.

Domain Name Dispute Resolution (DNDR)

Only disputes over .my country code top level domain names can be settled through domain name dispute resolution proceedings in Malaysia. This is because only .my country code top level domain names can be registered in Malaysia with the Malaysian Network Information Centre (MYNIC).

All domain name disputes are governed and administered in accordance with MYNIC’s Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (MYDRP), Rules of the MYDRP and KLRCA Supplemental Rules.

The Malaysian model of the UDRP is the Malaysian Network Information Centre’s Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, succinctly known as MYDRP. MYDRP was designed by MYNIC together with the Rules of the MYDRP and the Supplemental Rules for the KLRCA.

Sensitive Names Dispute Resolution (SNDR)

All sensitive domain names disputes are governed and administered in accordance with .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s Sensitive Name Dispute Resolution Policy (SNDRP), Rules of the .my DOMAIN REGISTRY’s SNDRP and KLRCA Supplemental Rules.

A sensitive name dispute arises when a complainant feels or believes that a registered “.my” domain name contains such sensitive words and the sensitive names dispute resolution is a process that allows a complainant to challenge the registration of such domain names.

KLRCA provides a simple, fast and affordable resolution of .my domain name disputes. SNDRP governs the terms of resolving a dispute between the owner of a .my domain name and a Complainant over the Respondent’s registration and/or use of a domain name which contains a Sensitive Name.