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Amazon Just Bought 3 Cryptocurrency Web Addresses and Nobody Knows Why - Fortune

Fortune

Amazon Just Bought 3 Cryptocurrency Web Addresses and Nobody Knows Why
Fortune
What, if anything, is Amazon planning to do in the cryptocurrency space? That's the question after the cloud and retail giant was spotted registering three web domains relating to the field this week. As first reported by Domain Name Wire, on Tuesday ...
Amazon Subsidiary Registers Cryptocurrency and Ethereum DomainsCoinDesk
Could Amazon Be Launching Its Own Cryptocurrency?Futurism
Is Amazon preparing for its own cryptocurrency? Company registers 3 new crypto-related domain namesInternational Business Times UK
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How To Register A Domain Name - Cloudwards

Cloudwards

How To Register A Domain Name
Cloudwards
This means, one of the first things you need to do once you have your website up and running is to register a domain name. On occasions, you might actually need to buy your domain name before you've even started building your website. You could, for ...


GoDaddy wants to patent “Determining Status of a Domain Name Registration” - Domain Name Wire

GoDaddy wants to patent “Determining Status of a Domain Name Registration
Domain Name Wire
Domain name registrar GoDaddy (NYSE:GDDY) has filed a U.S. patent application (pdf) for “Determining Status of a Domain Name Registration”. Yes, we're talking about figuring out if a domain name is available to register. In fairness, the title of the ...

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Australian government seeks advice on management of .au domain - ZDNet

ZDNet

Australian government seeks advice on management of .au domain
ZDNet
The auDA in early October said it was seeking feedback on how best to implement policy for the registration of domain names directly before the dot in .au, which auDA's board had approved in April 2016. Chair of the Policy Review Panel John Swinson ...


$65000 legal fees awarded in reverse domain name hijacking case - Domain Name Wire

$65000 legal fees awarded in reverse domain name hijacking case
Domain Name Wire
In 2015 Beautiful People Magazine, Inc filed a UDRP against the domain names even though their claimed rights to the name postdated the domains' registration dates. A National Arbitration Forum panel found the complainant guilty of reverse domain name ...


“The results were mind-blowing”: study reveals widespread problem of domain name combosquatting - World Trademark Review (blog)

“The results were mind-blowing”: study reveals widespread problem of domain name combosquatting
World Trademark Review (blog)
Combosquatting is a type of domain name squatting in which website addresses confusingly similar to well-known brands are deliberately registered, often with a view to committing fraudulent activity. Specifically, it involves the registration of a ...


Analyzing Yext (YEXT) and Rightside Group (NAME) - The Ledger ... - The Ledger Gazette

Analyzing Yext (YEXT) and Rightside Group (NAME) - The Ledger ...
The Ledger Gazette
Rightside Group (NASDAQ: NAME) and Yext (NYSE:YEXT) are both small-cap companies, but which is the better stock? We will contrast the two companies ...
The Rightside Group (NAME) Given Daily Media Sentiment Rating ...BangaloreWeekly

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Web.com gets Whois Privacy patent - Domain Name Wire

Domain Name Wire

Web.com gets Whois Privacy patent
Domain Name Wire
U.S. Patent #9,817,979 (pdf) for Private domain name registration covers Whois privacy in which a domain is registered in the name of the actual registrant but the contact details (email address, phone and postal address) are that of the privacy service.


ICANN criticised for “premature” WHOIS data move, as more registries reveal GDRP compliance plans - World Trademark Review (blog)

ICANN criticised for “premature” WHOIS data move, as more registries reveal GDRP compliance plans
World Trademark Review (blog)
We have no indication that abandoning existing WHOIS requirements is necessary to comply with the GDPR, but we don't know the extent to which personal domain registration data of residents of the European Union should continue to be publicly available ...


CYBERSQUATTING STILL A THING - Cincinnati.com

Cincinnati.com

CYBERSQUATTING STILL A THING
Cincinnati.com
One of the early developments that arose with the Internet was the notion of “cybersquatting.” The idea is that some unscrupulous scoundrels (and if I ever form a band it is going to be called “Unscrupulous Scoundrels”) would register famous trademarks ...


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