.globo eligibility policy only allows for GLOBO and its affiliates to register domains; eligible registrants should proceed through internal channels to get further information on how to apply for a .globo domain.
We take abuse issues very seriously, and consider many activities including copyright infrigement as abuse. Please see our registration policies with further detail on channels to address possible incidents including but not limited to:
Botnet command and control (a command and control infrastructure to manage a group of infected computers that receives orders from unauthorized users(s) through the network)
Child entrapment or abuse
Distribution of child pornography
Deployment of circular references within the Domain Name System (DNS) using resources of GLOBO, NIC.br and⁄or other Top Level Domains (TLDs)
Fast flux hosting (rapidly changing DNS records in order to prevent detection or mitigation of an abuse)
Phishing (unsolicited communication or Web page that poses as being from a known institution to trick users into disclosing personal, privileged or financial data)
Sending unsolicited bulk messages thru electronic mail, forums, instant messaging, mobile messaging, social networks or comment boxes
Theft of any online service
Unlawful or fraudulent actions
Unauthorized reproduction of works with third party rights
Willful distribution of malware (any kind of software that executes malicious action on a computer system, like virus, worms, bots, trojan horses and root kits)
Registration Data Directory Services for .globo domains are avaible at WHOIS. Policy and educational materials are available from ICANN.
Zone access policy
We comply with ICANN requirements on zone file access through CZDS. We reserve right to terminate any allowed access if misuse is detected, even ones with no expiration date.
DNSSEC Practice Statement
For information on how DNS Security (DNSSEC) is handled within .globo, please see our DPS.
Further GLOBO information
More information on GLOBO media group available here.