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SpamHaus has updated its “10 Most Abused Top Level Domains” list to provide a much more useful insight into abuse levels. Rather than simply showing unexplained percentages of “badness” in each TLD, the spam-fighting organization’s daily report now exposes the hard numbers, in domain terms, underneath. For example, on today’s list Famous Four Media’s .download […]Related posts:Schilling, Famous Four rubbish Spamhaus “worst TLD” league Architelos launches new gTLD anti-abuse tool Architelos: shadiest new gTLD is only 10% shady
In a surprising move towards further transparency, the ICANN board of directors has decided to start publishing transcripts and possibly recordings of its meetings. It passed a resolution during a meeting in Amsterdam this week stating: the Board directs the President and CEO, or his designee(s), to work with the Board to develop a proposed […]Related posts:ICANN cancels Fridays. Bad for transparency. ICANN to publish new gTLD contract changes ICANN going to Panama for 56th meeting
Former Minds + Machines chair Fred Krueger has dropped his lawsuit against the company, which concerned “missing” shares. M+M announced today that the two parties have signed a “tolling agreement”, which apparently leave the door open for Krueger to re-file the suit at a later date. If he does re-file, the company has agreed to […]Related posts:Krueger sues M+M over five million “missing” shares DirectNIC chief tries to dismiss cybersquatting suit Go Daddy employee class action dismissed
ICANN has confirmed that its 57th public meeting will not be held, as originally planned, in Puerto Rico. Instead, it is asking community members to instead head to Hyderabad, India, this November. Those Las Vegas rumors turned out not to be true. However, on the up-side, those Las Vegas rumors turned out not to be […]Related posts:ICANN cancels Panama due to Zika virus Puerto Rico to host ICANN meeting next year With Zika fears, is ICANN dissing Latin America?
ICANN has proposed new anti-harassment guidelines for its community that would ban “unwelcome hostile or intimidating behavior”. It wants your comments on the changes to its longstanding “Expected Standards of Behavior” document, which applies to both its in-person meetings and online discussions and mailing lists. The proposed addition to the document reads like this: Respect […]Related posts:ICANN receives first sexual harassment complaint “Cheese sandwich” comment blamed for sexual harassment complaint Man in sexual harassment claim considers legal
Vox Populi has revealed a new logo for its .sucks gTLD. Here it is. What do you think? In going for a retro, 8-bit vibe, has Vox deliberately gone for a look that actually kinda sucks? Is that the joke? Or do you like it? The company said on its blog: The program is designed […]Related posts:Does this fun video prove that the .sucks message isn’t total BS? Want to slam .sucks? You can at dotsucks.sucks First example of .sucks cybersquatting?
XYZ.com has settled a lawsuit filed against it against Verisign stemming from XYZ’s acquisition of .theatre, .security and .protection. Verisign sued the new gTLD registry operator for “interfering” with its back-end contracts with the previous owners last August, as part of its campaign to compete against new gTLDs in the courtroom. XYZ had acquired the […]Related posts:VeriSign settles CFIT lawsuit for free .security names priced at $3,000, .theatre at $750 VeriSign scores big win in .com pricing lawsuit
Just a few months after Uniregistry bought out Donuts to win .shopping, Donuts has bought the pre-launch gTLD back. Donuts has also bought live gTLD .jetzt from a Swedish company. The .shopping deal is a weird one. Uniregistry and Donuts were the only two applicants for .shopping, until Uniregistry paid Donuts to withdraw its application […]Related posts:Uniregistry beats Donuts to .shopping, but .shop still in play Uniregistry doing private new gTLD auctions? Company deals with Donuts on five strings Uniregistry not happy about Donuts-Tucows deal
Nominet is to run the back-end registry systems for .blog, the company announced this evening. We reported earlier today that .blog has a surprise new owner — Knock Knock, Whois There, which belongs to Automattic, owner of WordPress.com — and it seems the change of ownership comes with a change of back-end. Primer Nivel, the […]Related posts:WordPress reveals IT bought .blog for $19 million WordPress.com becomes a domain name registrar Nominet involved in seven gTLD applications
Radix has become the second major gTLD registry to announce a content policing deal with the movie industry. It today said it has signed an agreement with the Motion Picture Association of America similar to the one Donuts announced in February. Like Donuts, Radix will treat the MPAA as a “trusted notifier” for the purposes […]Related posts:Donuts makes Hollywood content policing deal Directi’s Radix wins .website gTLD auction ARI and Radix split on all new gTLD bids
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