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Array of Domain Registrars prepare for NamesCon 2015 in Las Vegas
An impressive array of domain registrars are already booked for NamesCon, the 2015 domain conference that takes place in Las Vegas in January. Some domain registrars include: GoDaddy, NameCheap, Endurance, Key-Systems, Web/NSI, Radix, Directnic, Eurodns, Epik, InternetX, and DynaDot. Definitely a great business move by these registra... - 52 min ago
Sixteen years of “cyberbullying”: Monica Lewinsky still does not own her dot .com
Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern that became the source of a spicy scandal in 1998 involving then US President, Bill Clinton, is back on the news. In an emotional speech against cyberbullying, the 41 year old author, speaker and former fashionista described herself as the “patient zero” of online harassment.... - 3 hr 1 min ago
Video: DNPost launches domain news section with dedicated RSS feeds
DNPost, the newcomer in domain forums, promised lots of new features to be delivered by the end of the year, and beyond. In an exclusive interview to DomainGang, Gerard Michael, founder of, made it clear that the domain forum is simply the facilitator of several future services for the domain industry, including a domain [... - 3 hr 49 min ago
Domain questions: Do I have Ebola ? Do you have Ebola?
Half the news these days is about the Ebola virus, a deadly disease that has killed several thousand in Africa. Despite the negativity that mainstream media attempted to present the owner of with, one thing is certain: people will find ways to turn negative overtones into something useful, or plain fun. Two such web ... - 16 hr 32 min ago
Project C.Y.B.O.R.G. aims at putting Microsoft back on the “glass” wearable market
With interest in Google’s tightly-controlled Glass turning lukewarm, Microsoft corporation announced the existence of Project C.Y.B.O.R.G. Allegedly standing for Control Your Bing Operating Rendering Glass, the project takes over where it last left more than a decade ago, when Microsoft founder Bill Gates was still the CEO. ... - Monday, October 20, 2014 - 13:28
Your Neighborhood: Exclaimed words in a mark won’t land a successful UDRP, panelist says
A panelist at the WIPO has made a great observation, after deciding to deny a UDRP for the Complainant, despite a lack of response by the Respondent. In a case involving the domain name,, the Complainant brought forth his registered trademark as part of the UDRP particulars. Conveniently, however, he omitted the ... - Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:27
Mike Robertson: From Down Under to Down South!
The domain industry’s financial growth brings wonderful new opportunities to talented individuals; Mike Robertson, co-founder of Domain Guardians is one such talent. Born and raised in Queensland, Australia, Mike’s successful career includes more than 8 years with Deep Blue Sea / Fabulous, overseeing large accounts for cl... - Monday, October 20, 2014 - 10:35
Sudden Ebola Sedo? Domain broker money win Capitalist ICANN51 success, not beer
Week last, show counter panic domain market, and fact break multiple PPC revenue. Stating parking, Ebola virus preference, XYZ reach top nTLDstats – really? Many investors domains, counter-offer on NameJet 120% better, but Sedo return revenue Q4 at euro 5.4 million German economy not failed. ICANN51: Success, if burea... - Sunday, October 19, 2014 - 21:48
After losing UDRP, registrant posts ‘manifesto’ against the World Wrestling Entertainment
Recently, the registrant of lost the domain in a UDRP filed by the World Wrestling Entartainment (formerly WWF). The UDRP was filed at the National Arbitration Forum. The transfer was ordered on October 13th, which prompted the wrath of the domain’s registrant, who went ballistic against WWE. On the homepage of,... - Sunday, October 19, 2014 - 16:20
Dot .CLUB : A ‘big chunk’ of the Internet controlled by Canadian entrepreneur, Colin Campbell
An article in the South Florida Business Journal praises the entrepreneurial spirit of Colin Campbell, CEO of dot .CLUB. After beating Donuts, Inc. to the race for the .CLUB gTLD, Campbell oversaw the launch of what appears to be the most successful new gTLD – after removing freebie givers .Berlin and robo-registrations Olympia... - Sunday, October 19, 2014 - 9:56
Father Domainicus and the viral spread of the gTLD disease
Greetings and salutations, my brothers and sisters in domaining; this is Father Domainicus, currently on a conference call with other Domainers Without Frontiers. Recently, our humble Domain Church has been flooded by questions, most of them related to the infectious rise and spread of a particular, unmentionable gTLD. One of these q... - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 20:10
Newsweek lied? Dorian Nakamoto takes on the publisher over Bitcoin allegations
In March 2014, Newsweek published a story alleging that a man named Dorian Nakamoto was the creator of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, the infamous Satoshi Nakamoto. For several days following the article, Nakamoto’s house and family were stalked by reporters, paparazzi and other curious people that bombarded Nakamoto with question... - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 12:29
Going viral: strikes back with web site upgrades
For the best part of last week, and its owner received plenty of unwarranted negative coverage by mainstream media, that blasted its “for sale” status. Jon Schultz, owner of the domain he lawfully acquired for $13,500 in 2008, was verbally assaulted in a series of sensationalist posts that reeked of anti-entrepr... - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 0:26
First dot .Company UDRP a landslide for Volkswagen
Volkswagen was formed in 1937, in Nazi Germany, and the group owns and manages a very famous mark in the automotive industry. Despite all this history, a not-so-smart individual from Canada registered the domain in July. It took a couple of months for Volkswagen to find out, and they filed a UDRP at the […] C... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 19:22
Want Ebola domains? You got them!
Ah, it’s Friday, and President Obama just announced the appointing of an “Ebola czar.” While the matching dot com – – has already been registered as of four days ago, you can still get “Ebola domains” for a registration fee. That’s right, we did all the hard work for you. ... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 12:41
New Yorkers need to be aware of the dot .NYC Nexus Policy
If you live within the Five Boroughs, you can generally register a dot .NYC domain name. The latest geo-gTLD to hit the open market, has in fact several restrictions, all governed by the .NYC Nexus Policy. Here’s what the policy states: The City of New York desires to have only those individuals or entities having […] Cop... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:57
Update: Several stolen FMA domains, others, returned to lawful owners
The recent security breach at Moniker resulted in the theft, direct or indirect, of several premium domains from their owners; several were stolen from the portfolio of Future Media Architects. Moniker has been working on reclaiming these domains, first handling transfers that occurred internally; the domain was the first on... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 10:25
TRAFFIC 2014 in Miami has *almost* sold out its Fontainebleau rooms
If you’ve been considering attending TRAFFIC 2014 in Miami, better get off your butt and book your reservations now. According to an update email, the prestigious Fontainebleau Hotel rooms available can only host 15 more attendees, or 45 room nights in total. Delaying your reservation past this weekend would mean one thing: you... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 9:25
Extreme security: Frank Schilling locked out of Uniregistry
When it comes down to security, domain registrars must implement the latest and greatest protocols, or risk being humiliated like Moniker. In a case of extreme security at Uniregistry, founder and CEO Frank Schilling was temporarily locked out of the main building, in Playa Vista, California. “It was embarrassing really, I wave... - Friday, October 17, 2014 - 0:8
Any current ICANN committees addressing domain ownership and theft?
The glitz and glamor of ICANN51 in Los Angeles, California, ends today; the many committees and subcommittees discussing upcoming changes in Internet governance conveniently failed to address the crucial element of domain ownership, and that of managing domain theft. With rampant incidents of domains being stolen from a grand variety... - Thursday, October 16, 2014 - 18:4

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