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NIC.LV kindly invites you to the only domain industry event focusing specifically on the Baltic region BALTIC DOMAIN DAYS 2023, held as a parallel track of the international cybersecurity conference CyberChess 2023.
The main BDD topics will cover DNS security, DNSSEC, domainers, domain squatters, data accuracy, the future of DNS, and other domain industry trends in the Baltics.
The Internet Service Centre DOMREG specialists at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) conducted the data analysis to find out how well the Lithuanian internet infrastructure is prepared for the next-generation IPv6 protocol. The analysis of Domain Name System (DNS) records of the registered .lt domains indicated that 78.12% of the second-level .lt domains have a name server supporting IPv6, but only 11.10% of websites are accessible using the IPv6 protocol. Only 11.45% of the second level .lt domain mail servers can receive email via IPv6 protocol. A total of 227 982 DNS records of NS, AAAA and MX types for delegated .lt domains were analysed.
Entrepreneurs from Vilnius, Klaipėda, Panevėžys and Šiauliai will increase their knowledge about trademark and domain registration, learn more about intellectual property protection, prevention of legal disputes over domain names and trademarks, and European Union (EU) support for small and medium-sized enterprises creating intellectual property. The seminar will be held for the business community in Šiauliai on 27 April 2023, for entrepreneurs in Panevėžys on 4 May 2023, in Vilnius on 10 May 2023, and for business representatives in Klaipėda on 30 May 2023.
Kaunas University of Technology, Internet Service Center DOMREG and the State Patent Bureau of the Republic of Lithuania, invites to the seminar “Why is intellectual property important for business? History of domains and trademarks”.
The Lithuanian Computer Society (LIKS) has conducted a survey to determine whether women in open Lithuanian and Icelandic Facebook discussion groups spell their surnames correctly, i.e. using unique letters. The results revealed that only 59% of Lithuanian women spelled their surname correctly on social network sites, while the rest used incorrect spelling with Latin letters without diacritics. Icelandic women were much more active in using unique letters of their language in their surnames, with 90% of Icelandic surnames spelled correctly.
Aiming to reduce the problem of lisping online, the Internet Service Centre DOMREG at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) announces the campaign encouraging to register IDN (Internationalized Domain Names).