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Today: Negotiating a LLLL.com with a fortune 500 company / The Registrar That Is The Most Secure / Trademark Applications / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain news. Who is your target – End User? Domainers? Stop buying garbage – Do you know who your target audience is? Are your buyers really [...] Continue reading
In this week's Top Topics, we take a look at the tax implications of buying and selling domain names. Some useful information is provided on the subject of taxes, which should be noted by many domainers. Elsewhere, we take a look at the potential sale of cryptocurrency domain name ETH.com and a discussion asks you [...] Continue reading
There are a multitude of places to sell your domains names. Popular aftermarket sites like Sedo and Afternic have been around for years. GoDaddy gives sellers a variety of ways to sell, from 7 day auctions to premium listings. Specialty sites such as BrandBucket and Brandroot offer sellers of brandable domains a boutique experience to [...] Continue reading
The attempted theft of the domain name Queen.com from its lawful owner Rick Schwartz was spectacularly rejected by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) . Frands Jepsen, owner and managing director of Queen.dk, tried to steal the domain name Queen.com as a plan B after he didn’t like the price tag of the domain name [...] Continue reading
With websites and social media platforms moving from HTTP to secure HTTPs connections in recent years, a new degree of complication is affecting Internet censorship efforts around the world. A new study conducted by the Internet Monitor project at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society finds that the move to HTTPS is preventing [...] Continue reading
Back in March we wrote about a proposed German law to fine social media companies that did not remove hate speech. The New York reported that the law has passed and things are about to get tricky for social media companies doing business in Germany. There is plenty of speech that is obviously wrong to [...] Continue reading
WHD.usa is a good opportunity to connect with hosting and domain companies…and it’s inexpensive. Earlier this month I wrote about WorldHostingDays and its U.S. event for 2017. I just booked my travel for the event. If you’re thinking about going, I recommend getting your ticket by today. Why today? Well, tickets are free until the [...] Continue reading