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==Background==
 
==Background==
TM Domain Registry was founded in 1997 and the company took over the operations of the .tm ccTLD after a four year hiatus when the former registry Netnames stopped receiving applications from registrants due to overwhelming demands and unable to provide the necessary services for its customers.<ref>[http://www.zdnet.com.au/tm-domain-back-on-the-market-120272805.htm zdnet.com.au]</ref>
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TM Domain Registry was founded in 1997 and the company took over the operations of the .tm ccTLD after a four year hiatus when the former registry, Netnames, was unable to provide the necessary services for its customers.<ref>[http://www.zdnet.com.au/tm-domain-back-on-the-market-120272805.htm zdnet.com.au]</ref>
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The Ministry of Communication in Turkmenistan who also serves as director for Turkmen section of the Internet Society ([[ISOC]]-ndr) chose Nic.tm to revive the .tm cctld to be able to protect the interest of domain name owners of .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.domaines.info/interview.php?inter_id=12&PHPSESSID=e55b949add4791747f6ccd6f13734e4 domaines.info]</ref>
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The Minister of Communication in Turkmenistan, who also serves as director for the Turkmen [[ISOC]] chapter, chose Nic.tm to revive the .tm ccTLD to be able to protect the interests of domain name owners.<ref>[http://www.domaines.info/interview.php?inter_id=12&PHPSESSID=e55b949add4791747f6ccd6f13734e4 domaines.info]</ref>
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In 2003, the registration for .tm ccTLD was re-opened by Nic.tm on a first come first serve basis. The company retained [[WIPO]] Arbitration and Mediation Center to handle domain name disputes and will be responsible in creating Uniform Domain  Name  Dispute Resolution  Policy ([[UDRP]]) for the .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.nic.tm/PR/wipoen.pdf Press Release]</ref>
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In 2003, the registration for .tm ccTLD was re-opened by Nic.tm on a first come first serve basis. The company retained [[WIPO]] Arbitration and Mediation Center to handle domain name disputes and will be responsible in implementing the [[UDRP|Uniform Domain  Name  Dispute Resolution  Policy]] for the .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.nic.tm/PR/wipoen.pdf Press Release]</ref>
    
==Services==
 
==Services==

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