Can a domain registrar take down a domain?



I am in the middle of a DMCA request, as I have found someone who is using some of my copyrighted content. The host is based in China, and is not responding to any requests (I have sent faxes, e-mails, and a letter).

Now, as far as I was aware, it is possible for a domain registrar (the domain is registered via Network Solution) to take down a domain by changing or destroying the name server entries.

Is the assumption in the above paragraph correct?


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Can a domain registrar take down a domain?
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I am in the middle of a DMCA request, as I have found someone who is using some of my copyrighted content. The host is based in China, and is not responding to any requests (I have sent faxes, e-mails, and a letter).

Now, as far as I was aware, it is possible for a domain registrar (the domain is registered via Network Solution) to take down a domain by changing or destroying the name server entries.

Is the assumption in the above paragraph correct?



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