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Oversee.net Lays Off 13% of Staff

Company lays off staff after executive transitions Los Angeles, CA domain name company Oversee.net has fired 13% of its workforce. The company just announced the layoffs with the following statement: As part of its plan to address new growth opportunities, Oversee.net has realigned its work force resulting in a staff reduction of 13 percent. These moves, along with pending new hires, will allow the company to leverage core assets to innovate more effectively, improve competitive positioning and achieve growth.

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ICANN Moves Forward on .XXX

.XXX gets the yellow light at board meeting. The ICANN Board adopted a resolution yesterday that will allow ICM Registry’s application for .xxx to move forward. But it may not be a quick process, and a new can of worms will be opened allowing for another comment period on the actual registry contract. Here’s the resolution that was adopted: Whereas, ICANN’s General Counsel has completed the expedited due diligence regarding ICM Registry, as directed by the Board, and has concluded that ICM has represented that its Application for the .XXX sTLD is still current and that there have been no negative changes in ICM’s qualifications

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Indian army chief rhetoric betrays lack of strategic acumen: Gen. Tariq (Pakistani Newspaper)

RAWALPINDI : Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Tariq Majid Saturday come up with a tough reaction to the reported remarks from Indian army chief that Indian military is ready to battle Pakistan and China at the same time.

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Situation could get out of control due to India’s ‘dangerous adventurism': Kayani (Calcutta News)

Islamabad, Jan.2 : Responding to Indian Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor’s statement that the Indian Armed forces were ready to fight Pakistan and China simultaneously, Pakistan Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Pervz Kayani has said that situation in the region could get out of control due to such ‘dangerous adventurism’.

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Pakistan to respond to existing, potential threats: Kayani (Dawn)

Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani. — APP Photo RAWALPINDI: Responding to statements from the Indian army chief, Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani said Pakistan’s army stands committed and prepared to respond to any existing, potential or emerging threat.

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