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Short Take: Cyber justice comes to S'pore Nov 15

On November 15, a new policy will kick to help settle .sg domain name disputes out of court, for as little as S$2,750.
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SINGAPORE--On November 15, a new policy will kick to help settle .sg domain name disputes out of court, for as little as S$2,750.

As reported earlier, the Singapore Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (SDRP) was developed by local registry Singapore Network Information Centre Pte Ltd (SGNIC) together with legal organizations such as the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and the Singapore Mediation Centre.

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