the event of an infringement?

Commonsensetv had received the e-mail with the summons, because the summons also appeared on its site. However, there was no answer. So the photographer wrote to Hostnet as the formal domain name holder. Hostnet indicated that they could not change the website because the site. Was not hosted by them, Hostnet was just a registrar. Also read: This is what you do if someone wants your video offline Hostnet indicated that they could only pass on the complaint to the customer.

What can/should the registrar do

Hostnet was also kind enough to look up the name of the site host in the DNS (Singlehop LLC). Photographer: formal domain name holder liable for infringement However, the photographer continued to believe that Hostnet was to blame. According to him, Hostnet has started acting as a domain name holder. According to the Bulgaria Phone Number List photographer, this means that Hostnet, as a domain name holder, is responsible and therefore liable for the website linked to the domain. In correspondence to Hostnet, the photographer says.

The person who operates the site

The fact that you have apparently outsourced the management of the website to another party (SingleHop LLC) is the responsibility of Hostnet BV” Who does what? I cannot conclude from the verdict that Hostnet would be the administrator/operator, after all, that only concerns the question of who hosts his website. Hostnet is sometimes described as a registrar. In principle, the registrar is nothing more than that: an intermediary, even if it offers an ‘anonymization service’.

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