|Headquarters:||400 West Cummings Park |
Suite 1725, Woburn MA 01801
| Thomas Barrett, President |
Kate Kalmakis Moran, Media Contact
The company is the exclusive registrar and validation provider for many TLDs, including: .REALTOR, .MED, .HOMES, .MOTORCYCLES, .AUTOS, .BOATS and .YACHTS as well as several others under non-disclosure.
Aside from offering domain name and trademark protection services, the company also offer other services which include secure website and e-mail hosting, secure NS management, blog hosting and watching & search engine marketing.
ICANN and Encirca
In 2015, at the request of ICANN, EnCirca developed a business course for the DNS Entrepreneurial Center in Giza, Egypt, a joint venture between ICANN and Egypt's National Telecom Regulatory Authority. Mr. Barrett presented the business class in five locations, including:
- March, 2015 - Giza, Egypt.
- October, 2015 - Tunis, Tunisia
- October, 2015 - Doha, Qatar
- February, 2016 - Muscat, Oman
- February, 2016 - Dubai, UAE
In 2015 and 2016, Mr. Barrett served on the Program Committee of the Middle East DNS Forum and presented at the Amman, Jordan and Tunis, Tunisia meetings.
On October 13, 2003, Thomas Barrett urged ICANN to impose a moratorium on the introduction of all registry services until the GNSO has the opportunity to develop a consensus-based policy. He emphasized that the internet community, including all ICANN Constituencies, deserve clarity regarding the ICANN process to exercise a consensus on the new registry services. Barrett also said that the entire DNS industry should ensure that the public has the highest confidence that changes are being introduced according to a well-defined process based on consensus agreements. Furthermore, he applauded ICANN's decision to facilitate proposals though timely, transparent and predictable procedures for the introduction of registry services 
On March 14, 2005, ICANN expressed its' concern regarding the registration practices of Encirca's ProForwarding Service on .pro, which is a restricted domain intended only for professional individuals and entities. ICANN alleged that their ProForwarding Service "seems to be designed to circumvent these restrictions by allowing anybody to obtain “the full benefits of domain registration” in .pro without having any professional credentials". There were a number of communications made to resolve the issue.
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