EPAG’s Response to COVID-19
The health and safety of our customers, partners, and employees are of the highest priority to EPAG. With the heightened concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) … Continue Reading
Tucows acquires wholesale domain registrar Ascio Technologies
Earlier this morning, our parent company, Tucows Inc. released some exciting news: we’ve officially acquired Ascio Technologies, another wholesale domain registrar that, like EPAG, is dedicated to supporting a … Continue Reading
Brexit and .EU
You may already be aware of an announcement made by the European Commission last March on the future of .EU domains registered to UK organizations and individuals. In short, … Continue Reading
What does data privacy mean to you?
For Data Privacy Day 2019, we wanted to do something a little bit different.
Regular readers will know that we write about things like the GDPR … Continue Reading
Tucows Statement on ICANN Legal Action
On Friday the 25th of May, ICANN filed a legal action1 against EPAG Domainservices GmbH, a Tucows-owned Registrar based in Bonn, Germany. This action was taken because of a … Continue Reading
Tips for cleaning up Whois data
Never has a domain owner had so much control over the disclosure of their personal data as they will after the introduction of the GDPR. But just because the GDPR’s … Continue Reading
GDPR and Contract Changes
If you’re reading this, chances are you have questions about the GDPR and how EPAG is preparing. We’ve got answers!
The GDPR can be approached in … Continue Reading
GDPR and Obtaining Consent
As we get closer to May 25, 2018, more attention is being paid to how service providers will need to change to accommodate these new data privacy regulations. At the … Continue Reading
GDPR and Whois Changes
In the weeks since our last update, we have put in a lot of work behind-the-scenes on our GDPR implementation project. One aspect of this project, which we can now … Continue Reading
Introduction to the GDPR
“Data privacy by design, data privacy by default.” You may have heard this phrase recently, on Twitter or in blog posts, but where does it come from? What does it … Continue Reading