Domain Management Policy
As the sponsor of .POST, the UPU and its bodies, including government and industry representatives, are responsible for developing, maintaining and enforcing the .POST domain management policy.
This policy defines the rules associated with eligibility and domain name allocation, sets out the license terms governing the use of a .POST domain name and describes the dispute resolution policies for the .POST sTLD.
It is important to read the policy before applying for a .POST domain name, as it sets out the conditions governing the license and use of a .POST domain name.
Dispute resolution policies applicable to the .POST domain are listed in the .POST domain management policy.
Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)
When a registrant registers a domain name identical or confusingly similar to a trademark or service mark to which the rights are held by someone, when the registrant has no right or legitimate interest in the domain name, or when the domain name has been registered and is being used in bad faith, a trademark holder can initiate mandatory administrative proceedings by filing a complaint with an approved dispute resolution service provider.
Administrative proceedings for the resolution of disputes under the UDRP will be governed by ICANN procedures and by any supplemental rules posted on the organization’s website.
Use of personal data
The UPU ensures the confidentiality and security of personal data collected from .POST domain registrants, in compliance with article 3.1(c)(ii) of the .POST sponsored top-level domain agreement between the UPU and ICANN.
The UPU certifies that personal data will be used only for the purpose for which it has been collected.
Registrants wishing to access or correct their personal data should contact the .POST team via the "Contact" link on the menu.