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Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre

The ADNDRC was established by CIETAC and HKIAC as a charitable institution in Hong Kong. Read on to learn more.
The ADNDRC was jointly established by CIETAC and HKIAC in 2002. It was established as a charitable institution in Hong Kong and retains that status today.

Since the inception of ADNDRC, CIETAC and HKIAC have been operating respectively as the Beijing Office and Hong Kong Office of the ADNDRC, providing domain name dispute resolution services under the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.

In 2006, the Korean Internet Address Dispute Resolution Committee (KIDRC) joined the ADNDRC and started to operate as the Seoul Office. In 2009, the ADNDRC announced the opening of its Kuala Lumpur Office, then operated by the KLRCA (now the AIAC).

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