Domain registration is one of the key aspects of being a local government in Los Angeles.
In the United States, the federal government has some control over the licensing of domain names, so that local governments can have control over their own domain names.
In Los Angeles, that control extends to both public and private entities.
In this episode of Recode Decode, we’ll dive into how the Los Angeles County Department of Licenses manages and operates the Los Angeles L.L.C. domain registration process.
In this episode, we discuss how L.P.
L’s domain registration policy works, and what happens if your company goes to court to challenge a L.C.’s domain registration.
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