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Domain Shane
Domain Shane
Thursday?s Daily Dropping Domain Names and Auctions
It's ironic that in a day when everyone wants to be so social that privacy and security are such a big concern.  If things can be stolen on the Internet then people will try.  It's your job to be smart and protect your belongings.  My cre...
Discussion
January 6, 2011, 2:42 am
IDN Blog
IDN Blog
.RF (.??) Domains Have Strings Attached: Develop or Else
If you don't develop your preregistered Russian .?? domains, you can lose them according to Russian Minister of Communications and Mass Communications Minister Igor Shchegolev. This past week, Shchegolev warned: "if someone got . . . too ...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 11:03 pm
Domain Name Wire
Domain Name Wire
VeriSign Gives ICANN $500k for Sponsorship
Hefty price tags to sponsor March event. I've written before about the relationship between ICANN and sponsors of its meetings. It looks like ICANN has upped the ante for its Spring meeting in San Francisco. As Kevin Murphy spotted today, ICANN...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 9:59 pm
Domain Name Wire
Domain Name Wire
HTML5.com: An Example of Buying Ahead of the Curve
Old domain is suddenly relevant. There's been a bit of buzz lately about the domain name HTML5.com, which was redirected to a page at Apple.com about HTML5. A quick look at the whois shows that Apple did not buy the domain name, but it recently...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 9:38 pm
The Domains
The Domains
Online Impersonation Is Now Illegal In California Punishable By 1 Year In Jail
Beginning on January 1, 2011 it became illegal in California for anyone to impersonate someone else online. According to  Senate Bill 1411, it is now illegal to "knowingly and without consent credibly impersonate another actual person through o...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 8:18 pm
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
Did Zynga Acquire Rewardville.com?
Rewardville.com source code According to the latest domain sales report put together weekly by Ron Jackson over at DNJournal, Rewardville.com was sold last week on Sedo for $4,500. If you visit the current Rewardville.com website, it forwards to a su...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 8:16 pm
Sully's Blog
Sully's Blog
Branding, SEO and Social Networking
Go See Campus helps high school students and parents plan campus visits online and make the most of the college search. Its signature application, The College Trip Planner, is a first-of-its-kind web tool that connects users to tours, information ses...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 7:55 pm
Domain Shane
Domain Shane
Nothing Hurts More Than Not Being Relevant
I'm not afraid to admit it. I am not news. I am opinion. Despite what DomainGang says, there are really only five regular sources of new domain news.  TheDomains, DomainNameWire, DomainIncite, DnJournal, and occasionally ElliotsBlog.  This is n...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 6:43 pm
Elliot's Blog
Elliot's Blog
Regurgitated Domain News
I know Theo's post on DomainGang this afternoon was probably made tongue in cheek, but I wanted to touch on the topic of "regurgitated" domain news since the DG article didn't allow comments. I can commiserate with Theo, becau...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 3:59 pm
Domain Name News
Domain Name News
Groupon Addresses Australian Cybersquatting Problem
Groupon has addressed a question in their blog titled Why Groupon Isn't in Australia. The short answer is a cybersquatter / competitor has registered Groupon.com.au and Groupon Pty Ltd business name as well as filed for a trademark on Groupon. ...
Discussion
January 5, 2011, 2:06 pm
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