A high-impact, two day workshop on the causes and potential mitigations of domain name collisions took place March 9-10, 2014. There is broad field of open research questions about name collisions and about the behavior of DNS name resolution when there are multiple scopes or resolution contexts being used. Because the types and numbers of potential collisions are vast, and because today only a relatively small amount of rigorous investigation has been conducted, there is a pressing need for more research. This workshop helped to gather investigators from multiple arenas and aimed to advance the state of knowledge and practice around name collisions. Please view the on demand version of the WPNC workshop by selecting the sessions at the right hand side of this page.