Of all your personal IDs, or PIDs, the hardest to protect are your credit card numbers. Easier to guard, but still not easy, are your Social Security Number, and your log-ins to this, that and the other web sites -- particularly if you do as we're all advised to and use different passwords for different sites. ('Bet you are no better at doing that than most of us are! One way you can safely and securely protect them all is with your own .PID top-level domain name – with a secure password only you know. Store all your PIDs there. Have them available, all in one secure place, whenever you need them.
We may send you an email regarding your .pid pre-registration to confirm you request. If this cpr144449003101 email is not deliverable, your account will be closed and your pre-registration will be deleted.
When the a gTLD .pid is approved, ICANN will set forth rules and guidelines as well as a launch sequence which dictates who can register a new gTLD .pid, when and under what conditions. The expected launch sequence will be: