Justin Hartland

Justin Hartland

Global Product Director at CSC
Joined on November 23, 2022
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About

Justin Hartland, has spent more than 20 years in the domain name and brand protection industry and brings his wealth of knowledge to CSC clients. Justin focuses on ensuring that CSC provides market leading products and solutions to our global client base. Prior to working in Product Management, Justin served in various roles within the Account Management and Marketing Teams at CSC, and is a thought leader and regular contributor to CSC’s blog and other industry leading news outlets. Justin is based in London, UK, has a BSc in geography, and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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Are You Prepared for a New Turkish Delight? .TR Domain Name to Be Released

In the last year, the company that runs the Turkish Domain Registry has made many changes to how the extension is run. First, it has a brand new portal for registrars to interact with, liberalizing the extension .COM.TR, so registrants are no longer required to meet local presence rules, and it has launched a new dispute process to help brand holders recover domain names.  more

.AI You Ready? A Domain to Add to Your Portfolio… Before Someone Else Does

On the sunny beaches of Anguilla -- a small island of just 35 square miles -- I'm sure artificial intelligence (AI) is the last thing people are thinking about. The primary industries of Anguilla, set in the Leeward islands in the Caribbean, are tourism and offshore banking. However, this nation has been assigned the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) .AI -- which is being repurposed to represent artificial intelligence. more

How Safe Are Your .KIDS?

This year has been one of the busiest years for domain launches in quite a while. Before the end of 2022, we'll see one more significant domain launch, namely .KIDS, on November 29, 2022. This extension is being launched as a safe space on the internet for children and parents. The registry has set out some very strict use policies to make this happen. Some companies have already registered their brands during the Sunrise Period, while others have taken up names in the Community Sunrise. more

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New TLDsDomain NamesDomain ManagementBrand Protection

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.AI You Ready? A Domain to Add to Your Portfolio… Before Someone Else Does

How Safe Are Your .KIDS?

Are You Prepared for a New Turkish Delight? .TR Domain Name to Be Released