InterNIC

 

 

The Internet Network Information Center, known as InterNIC ┬«, denotes a place on the Internet where users can find important information, such as WHOIS and domain name registration information (available at http://www.internic.org).  NTIA manages the service mark on behalf of the United States Government and negotiated a license agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for its use. 

Amendment 2 (Acrobat PDF 27 KB): Amendment 2 to Department of Commerce license agreement with ICANN for use of the InterNIC® service mark. October 28, 2014.

Amendment (Acrobat PDF 50 KB): Amendment to Department of Commerce license agreement with ICANN for use of the InterNIC service mark. September 30, 2009

ICANN License Agreement: Department of Commerce license agreement with ICANN for use of the InterNIC service mark in continuance of the InterNIC concept as a neutral network information resource. January 8, 2001

Press Release: A new version of the InterNIC website launched on December 1, 1999, at www.internic.net. The new site provides the public with information regarding domain name registration and a directory of domain name registrars accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) that are currently taking registrations in the .com, .net and .org domains. November 30, 1999