Zak Muscovitch

Zak Muscovitch

August 24, 2010 07:00 ET

'Lagging' Canadian Internet Commerce to Be Focus of Domain Name Election

Zak Muscovitch, the Canadian Domain Name Lawyer and Internet Law Expert, Has Announced That He Will Be Seeking a Position on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) in Order to Help Canada's Lagging Internet Marketplace

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 24, 2010) - Elections to the Board of Directors of CIRA are underway and Canadian domain name lawyer and Internet law expert, Zak Muscovitch, has announced that he is seeking a seat on the Board of Directors in order to help change Canada's lagging Internet marketplace. CIRA is the body entrusted with management of the .CA domain name registry.

Zak Muscovitch has been an advisor, lawyer, supporter, and advocate for .CA domain name owners for over ten years. He has set numerous legal precedents in domain name disputes, acted in millions of dollars worth of domain name transactions, and assisted numerous online Canadian businesses.

Zak Muscovitch says: "I hope that I can count on your support. I need a seat on CIRA's Board to push for less red tape in .CA registrations and to be a champion for increasing the value and visibility of .CA domain names. Canada lags terribly behind in online commerce and the .CA domain name has fallen way behind in terms of value and prominence. I want to change that. That is why I need your support. There is no reason that Internet entrepreneurship should be stifled in Canada. We are in danger of missing the digital revolution altogether."

Anyone who owns a .CA domain name can vote, but they must register online to vote immediately, here: https://member.cira.ca/en/member.html. The deadline for registration is August 30, 2010, and voting will take place between September 22 to 29, 2010.

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