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Warwick Knox
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Warwick Knox posted 1910 days 19 hours ago in the Discussion category under Domains ...

Which domain name register service includes terms for the user to retain ownership of all intellectual property



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sbd

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sbd answered 1909 days 16 hours ago...

Warwick,

I am not an expert on this but I would assume all the domain providers allow you to retain ownership of anything you develop on the domain or website. Domain provider just provide the registration service and generally not much more than that.

You should check the terms of service but I would be shocked if any of the major domain providers like godaddy or yahoo small business try to retain any ownership of content, technology, etc...

hope that helps..


 



Miguel Wright

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Miguel Wright answered 1856 days 5 hours ago...

I actually thought before that domain providers already owned anything you develop on the domain website since they were the one who owns site, so thanks for making things clear admin.:D Anyway, just want to share some useful tips for business owners out there. I've been reading a lot of articles pertaining to giving out coupons to attract more customers.


 



sbd

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sbd answered 1796 days 10 hours ago...

thanks Miguel. If domain providers owned the website and content, then no one would ever host a website with them. The customer owns all the data, content, and technology.