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Leave it to private enterprise to stick it to the government. Google, Facebook and...
Homeland Security’s ability to shut down cellular and wireless networks in times of crisis,...
Leave it to private enterprise to stick it to the government. Google, Facebook and Yahoo! are all fighting back against the National Security Agency by using harder-to-crack code to shield their networks and online customer data from unauthorized U.S. spying. The companies are protecting user email and social media posts with strengthened encryption that the […]
Homeland Security’s ability to shut down cellular and wireless networks in times of crisis, such as the potential of a remote detonation bomb threat isn’t new. Exactly how and when it can be used, however, must be disclosed, thanks to a new ruling by a Washington D.C.-based court. The U.S. District Court for the District […]
Panelist Tony Willoughby has provided the most complete analysis of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking of any UDRP Decision. In the case of Timbermate Products Pty Ltd v. Domains by Proxy, LLC / Barry Gork Case No. D2013-1603
I recently received an email from Nat Cohen that is worth sharing with my readers. Howard, Thank you for using NeusNews.com to help spread the word about this scary new trend in UDRP decisions. Now CADNA is calling for the UDRP language to be changed to eliminate the registration in bad faith requirement entirely (http://www.thedomains.com/2013/11/11/fairwinds-time-for-udrp-reform-to-change-bad-faith-requirement-from-registration-date-to-renewals/). […]
I generally do not repeat articles from other blogs here at NeusNews,com. However, the following article was written by Nat at DomainArts.com. For the purpose of some brevity, I have edited the below comments, but their impact remains important for all domainers. “Many domains held for investment are at risk of loss due to a […]
A National Arbitration Forum panel has denied the claim of a trademark holder because the Respondent had a disclaimer on the web site. In the case of MySQL AB v. Mumbai Domains Pvt. Ltd. / Registration Manager, (http://domains.adrforum.com/domains/decisions/1514027.htm), Complainant was the owner of the mark MYSQL which it uses in connection with database software, management, […]
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has issued a decision that anti-censorship campaigners say could spell an end to anonymous website comments in the EU. The judgment came through on Thursday in the case of Delfi AS v. Estonia. Delfi is an Estonian news site that had been found liable by a court in […]
The ostensible point of sites like Mugshots, BustedMugshots and JustMugshots is to give the public a quick way to glean the unsavory history of a neighbor, a potential date or anyone else. That sounds civic-minded, until you consider one way most of these sites make money: by charging a fee to remove the image. That […]
Since 2010, the National Security Agency has been exploiting its huge collections of data to create sophisticated graphs of some Americans’ social connections that can identify their associates, their locations at certain times, their traveling companions and other personal information, according to newly disclosed documents and interviews with officials. The spy agency began allowing the […]
In Less than 4 weeks the Domain Industry will converge on Fort Lauderdale Beach to attend T.R.A.F.F.I.C.’s big annual show. It’s the show for serious heavy hitters and each year a few more domain investors residing in the shadows come out of those shadows and for them, it is life changing. There is nothing quite […]