|Forum: Domain Names|
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|1:|| ICANN's technical competence queried by Verisign report|
Soon to be released Verisign report raises serious questions how ICANN prioritizes its core technical functions
|Dec 24, 2014|
|2:|| 5000 Domains Taken From Multiple Registrants by Sealed Court Order|
"Overnight I received a notice that several domain names I owned were transferred by a sealed court from Verisign without notice and of course without the court order."
|Oct 16, 2014|
|3:|| Amazon Beats Google to .buy TLD For $4.6 Million|
"Amazon paid $4.6 million in an auction that ended on Wednesday."
|Sept 19, 2014|
|4:|| .COM Growth Slows in 2014|
"The monthly growth figures for .COM show that the TLD's growth is slowing."
|Aug 26, 2014|
|5:|| Only 3pct of New gTLD Registrations Being Used for Business Websites|
With so many sites apparently parked, or used for PPC, where does that leave the new gTLDs.
|Aug 14, 2014|
|6:|| Vanity Domains: As Desirable as Ever|
I'm sure most have wanted or chased after that vanity domain at some point. Are vanity domains still as desirable, or have the new domains weakened the value of a seemingly out-of-reach vanity domain.
|July 21, 2014|
|7:|| dot UK Now Available For a Shorter, Snappier UK Domain|
Nominet: "That's why we've introduced our new shorter, sharper and smarter .uk domain..."
|June 11, 2014|
|8:|| New gTLD Stats 31 March 2014|
These are this morning's domain name counts and changes in the new gTLDs.
|Apr 2, 2014|
|9:|| US Commerce Department prepares to give up oversight of ICANN|
U.S. Plans to Give Up Oversight of Web Domain Manager
|Mar 15, 2014|
|10:|| New dot uk Domains Available From 10 June 2014|
From this date, people will be able to register the shorter 'example.uk' domain names through their registrar, alongside existing domains...[br][br]The new domain is an opportunity for those wanting a short, snappy web address combined with the recognition and trust of the .uk namespace.
|Feb 17, 2014|
|11:|| Owning an Existing Keyword gTLD (BlahBlahBlah.org) and the Emerging Keyword gTLDs (.BlahBlahBlah)|
"Some industrious folks have bet considerable money on the idea that keywords, as domain roots, are a real value proposition. Ergo, we now have .vacations, .bike, .builders, .camera, .agency, .cleaning, .clothing, .holiday, .holdings, .insure, .promo, .singles, .WHATEVER." [br][br]"I have a hunch that the new model is likely to benefit the existing holders of keyword domains."
|Dec 19, 2013|
|12:|| How To Estimate Traffic Levels to a Domain|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how to estimate traffic levels to a domain before making an offer.
|Dec 18, 2013|
|13:|| New Rules for Domain Name Registrants Starting January 2014|
New ICANN rules for domain names require you to verify your email address within 15 days of a change to the contact name or email, or else your web site and email will stop working.
|Dec 17, 2013|
|14:|| Nine New gTLDs Rolled Out To Trademark Holders|
[br]They will be open to the general public at the end of January 2014.
|Nov 26, 2013|
|15:|| New UK Domains Plan To Proceed In 2014|
UK websites will soon be able to use shorter addresses despite concerns the move could cause confusion.
|Nov 20, 2013|
|16:|| Protect Your Trademark From Poaching in the New gTLDs With These Top Three Ways|
Rights protection was of key concern when forming the New gTLD Program.
|Nov 15, 2013|
|17:|| Approximately 557 New gTLDs Either Approved, Soon to Be or Pending|
Listing of pending or approved new gTLDs, with an unlimited number of additional new gTLDs possible...
|Nov 12, 2013|
|18:|| New ICANN WHOIS Website In Beta|
ICANN is working on a new WHOIS site to try and bring together some of the fragmentation which currently exists.
|Nov 5, 2013|
|19:|| New Generic gTLDs Roll Out Under Way To Registries|
"Before the general public will be able to access these new gTLDs on the Internet, Registries still need to complete a final process built into the New gTLD Program to protect trademark rights holders."
|Oct 29, 2013|
|20:|| ICANN - New Expired Domain Registration Recovery Rules|
ICANN has published the new domain registration recovery rules.
|Oct 7, 2013|
|21:|| Invested $18,000 Acquiring a One Word, Industry Defining .Org Domain|
"Anyone else spend what you may consider mad money recently for a domain?"
|July 18, 2013|
|22:|| ICANN's Domain Expansion Criticised, and May Cause "Collisions"|
Particularly troubling is the possibility of widespread "name collisions" that could happen when domains used by internal corporate computer systems, such as ".corp" or ".home", get assigned to the Web more broadly.
|July 15, 2013|
|23:|| ICANN working group seeks to kill WHOIS|
An ICANN working group is seeking public input on a successor to the current WHOIS system
|June 26, 2013|
|24:|| Moniker Hacked - Invokes System-Wide Password Reset|
Moniker's Operations and Security team has discovered and blocked suspicious activity on the Moniker network that appears to have been a coordinated attempt to access a number of Moniker user accounts,"
|June 20, 2013|
|25:|| ICANN's Trademark Clearinghouse - Launches March 26|
The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) - launching March 26 - is the most important rights protection mechanism built into ICANN's new gTLD program. It allows brand owners to submit their trademark data into one centralized database, prior to and during the launch of new gTLDs. Simply put: The TMCH is a one-stop-solution for protecting your brand in the new gTLD era.
|Mar 14, 2013|
|26:|| ICANN To Face Objections From Governments Over New Net Addresses|
Some countries have already registered individual complaints, but the latest move represents collective concerns.
|Nov 20, 2012|
|27:|| Report: Open DNS Resolvers Increasingly Used To Amplify DDoS Attacks |
"It should be stressed open recursive nameservers are not a problem in themselves; it is the mis-configuration of a nameserver where the potential problem lays,"
|Oct 29, 2012|
|28:|| U.K.'s Nominet Proposing Shorter .uk Internet Domain|
The scheme would give businesses the chance to register www.name.uk as their web address. It would run alongside the current co.uk service.
|Oct 1, 2012|
|29:|| GoDaddy Outage: Millions of Sites Affected|
According to the official GoDaddy Twitter account the company is aware of the issue and is working to resolve it.
|Sept 10, 2012|
|30:|| Google Loses Out In Dispute Over "oogle" Domain|
Yesterday, a panel decided that Google failed to show that the disputed domain was registered in bad faith, which basically means its current owner gets to keep it.
|July 27, 2012|
|31:|| Key Factors To Consider When Selling or Buying an Aged Domain or Web Site|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the options and considerations in buying or selling and aged domain or web site.
|July 26, 2012|
|32:|| ICANN Suspends Digital Archery Part Of New gTLD Program|
Given public comment regarding the timestamp process and that many applicants had yet to register a timestamp, the decision was taken to suspend the system now, pending further analysis of the process.
|June 25, 2012|
|33:|| ICANN Announces Full List Of New TLDs|
Icann said that it had received a total of 1,930 requests for its first round of new net names. 166 of them were in alternatives to the Latin alphabet.[br][br]It has now invited anyone with an objection to any of the claims to lodge their complaint within the next seven months.[br][br]Icann then aims to make the new domains live in batches of about 500, with the first set going live some time after March 2013.
|June 13, 2012|
|34:|| IPv6 Launch Day, June 6, 00:01 GMT|
To ensure a smooth transition, and to make sure devices do not stop working, both systems will work side-by-side for the next few years.[br][br]"Most users shouldn't notice anything," said Leo Vegoda from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which manages the Internet address system.
|June 6, 2012|
|35:|| ICANN Reopens TLD Application System Until May 30|
During the last few weeks, we have fixed the technical glitch that caused us to take the system offline.
|May 22, 2012|
|36:|| Domain Name With No EU Trademark Should be Stripped From U.S. Entity|
An American eyewear company cannot take a dot-eu Internet address since its trademark is not established in the European Union, a high court adviser said Thursday.
|May 7, 2012|
|37:|| ICANN Plans To Notify All Applicants Over TLD System Data Breaches|
"We have absolutely no reason to believe it's a hack. We have been able to find some of the instructions in the software that caused the issue,"
|Apr 30, 2012|
|38:|| ICANN Takes TLD Application System Offline Due To 'Unusual Behavior'|
ICANN is taking the most conservative approach possible to protect all applicants and allow adequate time to resolve the issue.
|Apr 12, 2012|
|39:|| US Customs: It Has The Right To Seize any .com, .net or .org|
...it says it has the right to seize any .com, .net and .org domain name because the companies that have the contracts to administer them are based on United States soil, according to Nicole Navas, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman.
|Mar 7, 2012|
|40:|| Keydrive Acquires Moniker and Snapnames From Oversee|
Moniker once had a reputation for providing the highest level of service to many of the most successful domain portfolio holders.[br][br]What will Keydrive bring to the domain name game to regrain or restore that reputation?
|Feb 1, 2012|