BOCA RATON, Fla.
Dan Worth, V3.co.uk , Thursday 25 March 2010 at 12:13:00 Firm follows Google’s example and criticises Chinese authorities Web registrar GoDaddy has said that it will stop registering domain names in China in protest at the growing amount of information required by the Chinese authorities. Christine Jones, corporate secretary at GoDaddy, said at a congressional commission on China that the firm …
Web registrar GoDaddy has said that it will stop registering domain names in China in protest at the growing amount of information required by the Chinese authorities.
The Swiss city of Basel has joined the growing list of cities to express an interest in applying for its city name as a Top Level Domain when ICANN asks for applications, possibly in 2011.
With the ccTLD market on an upward trajectory, dropcatching service Drop.com.au has joined the growing competition for expiring Australian domains. They are claiming a high success rate too – landing 82% of the .au domains they have gone after, including gems like Printing.com.au and MotorHomes.com.au.
Cyber Crime. Now, the growing popularity of cloud computing and virtualization among companies is likely to catch the attention of criminals scheming for the next hot cyber-swindle.
Bangkok has joined the growing list of potential applicants for generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) when ICANN calls for applications with a proposal for DotBKK.
ICANN’s plan to roll out an unlimited number of new global domain extensions starting next year has hit a major roadblock. The U.S