Kieren McCarthy writes on The ICANN Blog:
ICANN’s motion for civil contempt against RegisterFly has been granted by the court.More here.
That means that ICANN is able, with the assistance of a law enforcement official, to enter RegisterFly’s premises and seize all its customers’ registration data, as well as gain access to RegisterFly’s books and records in order to carry out a full audit.
The Court also ordered the personal appearance of Kevin Medina and RegisterFly’s general counsel to show cause why further contempt sanctions should not be imposed. That hearing will take place later this month.