|Forum: Domain Names|
|Displaying Topics 81 - 120 (243 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|81:|| eNom Phishing Emails|
"Just a heads up that I'm seeing an extremely large-scale phishing attack against enom underway at the moment."
|Oct 29, 2008|
|82:|| DirectI Suspends 175,000 Domains for Abuse||Oct 24, 2008|
|83:|| Cybersquatting Amidst Bank Mergers|
"Internet addresses corresponding to recent bank mergers are already being hoarded and sold online."
|Sept 18, 2008|
|84:|| Return of the $.99 .Info Domain|
"Seeing the re-emergence of 99 Cent .Info domains there is only one conclusion to draw..."
|Sept 16, 2008|
|85:|| Verisign: Domain Registrations Continue to Grow|
"At the midpoint of 2008, there were 168 million domain name registrations across all of the Top Level Domain Names (TLDs)."
|Sept 16, 2008|
|86:|| Afilias Propose Release of Premier .info Domains|
"Afilias have just submitted an application for a New Registry Service, to be allowed to allocate domains to qualified people who will enhance the .INFO brand."
|Aug 29, 2008|
|87:|| ICANN Releases Tools Related to Domain Name Vulnerability|
"It has also prepared an FAQ and online domain testing tool to raise awareness of the problem, and to encourage network operators to rectify or update their servers."
|Aug 7, 2008|
|88:|| WIPO Orders Transfer of Narnia Domain|
"A Scottish schoolboy must surrender a Web address tied to the Narnia fantasy world, which his father said was a birthday present, after a ruling by a United Nations arbitrator, an official report said on Thursday."
|July 25, 2008|
|89:|| New Domain Extensions Get ICANN Approval|
"Under the new plans, domain names can be based on any string of letters."
|June 26, 2008|
|90:|| ICANN Votes This Week on New Domain Extensions|
"If the proposal is accepted by ICANN's board then almost any extension that is 64 characters or less could be used"
|June 24, 2008|
|92:|| Russia's New President Medvedev Wants Cyrillic Internet Domain|
"Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called for Russia to be assigned an Internet domain name in the Cyrillic script on Wednesday as part of a Kremlin drive to promote Russian as a global language."
|June 12, 2008|
|93:|| 2008 Domain Strategy; Time to Let Them Expire!|
"The economic downturn is creating domain aftermarket buying oppotunities, just like 2002-2003, following the Dot Com bubble."
|June 2, 2008|
|94:|| ICANN Notifies Top Web Spam Registrars|
"ICANN has sent enforcement notices and notices of concern to certain registrars, including those reported this week as being the registrars for the majority of websites advertised in spam emails."
|May 29, 2008|
|95:|| Profiting from NPOs? - PIR Increases .Org Registry Fee 10% Without Comment|
"Wholesale fees for Internet addresses ending in ".org" will increase 10 percent Nov. 9"
|May 12, 2008|
|96:|| ICANN Advisory: Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Updated|
"Registrars are prohibited from denying a domain name transfer request based on non-payment of fees for pending or future registration periods during the Auto-Renew Grace Period..."
|Apr 11, 2008|
|97:|| .com and .net Fees Set To Rise In October|
"Fees for using two of the most common suffixes for Internet addresses are going up for a second consecutive year."
|Apr 3, 2008|
|98:|| How Do You Analyze or Deal With Domain Trademark Issues?|
Members discuss how to avoid trademark issues when registering domain names.
|Mar 12, 2008|
|99:|| Network Solutions and ICANN Sued Over Front Running|
"Network Solutions has forced millions of people to buy Internet domain names from them instead of cheaper competitors through a scheme that's netted the firm millions of dollars, a federal class action lawsuit filed today by Kabateck Brown Kellner, LLP states. ICANN, whose policies facilitate the scheme, is also named in the suit, filed in U.S. District Court, Central District of California."
|Feb 27, 2008|
|100:|| Is The New .ASIA TLD Going To Be Better Than .COM||Feb 24, 2008|
|101:|| ICANN: Domain Front Running Generally "Misunderstandings"|
"The committee said the 120 claims of "domain name front running" it reviewed generally resulted from misunderstandings about how the domain name industry works."
|Feb 17, 2008|
|102:|| ICANN Ponder Feasibility of TLDs .exe and .pdf|
"ICANN is considering the impact of introducing TLDs with common filenames, such as .exe, .pdf, .mp3, etc."
|Feb 15, 2008|
|103:|| co.uk Plural Domain Goes for $1M - Buyer Already Had the Singular|
"The sum shatters the previous record for a .co.uk domain of $300,000, paid in October last year."
|Feb 7, 2008|
|104:|| ICANN Moves To Stop Domain Tasting|
"ICANN votes to make the domain fee payable on all domains regardless of whether they are deleted within the five day grace period."
|Jan 30, 2008|
|105:|| Handling a Domain Name Dispute Without a Lawyer||Jan 29, 2008|
|106:|| Google to End Domain Tasting?|
"Rumor going around saying Google will stop monetizing all domains if they are less then five days old."
|Jan 25, 2008|
|107:|| Does Google Prefer .com , .net , .org Over .biz?||Jan 12, 2008|
|108:|| Network Solutions Defends Claims of Domain Front Running|
"We have started protecting all domain name searches at Network Solutions by holding the searched domains for our customers for a short period of time before releasing them. This gives our customers the opportunity to register names later without fear that the name will be registered by a 'Front Runner.'"
|Jan 9, 2008|
|109:|| Dell Targets Cybersquatters In Court|
"Personal computer giant Dell Inc. is pursuing a major "cybersquatting" lawsuit against several companies that buy and sell Web site addresses, alleging that the entities earned millions of dollars from Internet traffic intended for Dell and dozens of other Fortune 500 companies."
|Nov 29, 2007|
|110:|| ICANN Wants To Speed Up Internationalized Domain Name Development|
"The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will speed development of country-coded top-level domains and local-language scripting, the group announced Wednesday at the Internet Governance Forum in Rio de Janeiro."
|Nov 15, 2007|
|111:|| Whois May Be Scrapped to Break Deadlock|
"Nonetheless, some privacy advocates are proposing scrapping the system entirely because they can't agree with the people who use the system on how to give domain name owners more options when they register, individuals shouldn't have to reveal personal information simply to have a Web site."
|Oct 30, 2007|
|112:|| Vint Cerf Steps Down From ICANN|
"Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the internet, is stepping down from his role as the chairman of its oversight committee to focus on writing books, advocacy and his job at Google Inc."
|Oct 29, 2007|
|113:|| Brewer Disputes With Real Sam Adams|
"The Boston brewers of Sam Adams beer objected when they learned that a mayoral campaign here included Web sites invoking the name of their product."
|Oct 29, 2007|
|114:|| ICANN to Study if Whois Lookups Are "Monitored"|
"When the domain name of interest for which an availability check is made is registered shortly after such a check, the individuals making the availability check may reasonably assume that the organization operating the web site or service they used to determine the availability of the name preemptively registered the name."
|Oct 24, 2007|
|115:|| Houston, we have a problem: The Dallas Cowboys "buy" Cowboys.com for $275.00?|
"What they thought was a winning bid of $275 was actually missing three zeroes to the right."
|Oct 19, 2007|
|116:|| Big Business Wants To Take My Domain Name|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss issues arising when the domain name holder has a name similar to the name of a big business. Who has the right to that name, and how will it be decided?"
|Oct 8, 2007|
|117:|| sTLD .post Evolution - No Comment!|
"There is a letter from the Universal Postal Union (UPU) to ICANN concerning the use of their sTLD .post that may well have important implications for the future evolution of the domain name system."
|Oct 5, 2007|
|118:|| Sample Non-English Domains On The Way|
"The 11 suffixes now under review will read "test" in Arabic, Persian, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Greek, Korean, Yiddish, Japanese and Tamil."
|Oct 5, 2007|
|119:|| Domain Names: Is it "e" or "i" Prefix|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the use of "i" or "e" to prefix a domain name. Is the "i" prefix now completely sewn up by Apple?
|Sept 28, 2007|
|120:|| ICANN Wants to End USSR Domain, But It's Still In Demand|
"Russian Internet enthusiasts are locked in a tussle with an international body over a relic of the Soviet past -- the .su domain name assigned to the country just before the Soviet Union collapsed."
|Sept 24, 2007|