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150 More Domains Seized as Authorities Crackdown on Counterfeit Goods

November 28, 2011 — About 150 domain names linked to websites allegedly selling counterfeit goods have been seized by federal authorities, according to a report Monday on Wired’s Threat Level blog. According to the report, authorities have seized 350 domains since the start of a forfeiture program a year ago.

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Celebrate the World Cup with EuroDNS and register your CO.ZA domain name for only 8 Euro!

Luxembourg, June 10th 2010 – To celebrate the start of the Football World Cup in South Africa, we are happy to announce a promotional campaign on any CO.ZA domain names registered from today until the end of the summer. Get your CO.ZA for only 8 Euro, using the promocode WC2010, valid until July 15th 2010.

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Virginia Energy and Denison Commence Drilling on Hatchet JV Property, Athabasca Basin, SK (CCNMatthews via Yahoo! Finance)

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA– – Virginia Energy Resources Inc. and Denison Mines Corp. are pleased to announce the start of drilling on the Hatchet Lake uranium property in Saskatchewan.

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16 Domain Experts Sound Off in DN Journal’s 6th Annual State of the Industry Report

The January Cover Story is out at DNJournal.com and as we do at the start of every year, we asked some of the industry’s leading domain investors and developers, top level company executives, monetization experts and attorneys to evaluate the past year and predict what is ahead.

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The Dawn of Twitter: Echoes of Instant Messaging Evolution (ZDNet)

Twitter and its clones seem to be growing like weeds wherever you look, and are starting to spam each other with location updates if you’re a user. Rewind back ten years to the start of the decade we’re just leaving and there’s a distinct similarity with instant messaging and the birth of XMPP standards. Instant messaging (IM) became a darling of the web 1.0 boom, with an academic paper of the …

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Kentucky Court of Appeals Reverses Lower Court’s Attempt to Confiscate 141 Gambling Related Domain Names

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has overturned a local judge’s controversial order that 141 gambling related domain names be turned over to the state. The appeals court ruled that the lower court was wrong in claiming that the domains were “gambling devices” that are illegal under Kentucky law. Michael Berkens has been on top of this story from the start and has more details on his blog.

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