Wed, 27 Jul 2016 19:05:18 GMT

China's Real Name Verification Requirements Are Finally Enabled for .COM Domains
A crucial pillar of China's MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) domain name regulatory regime was completed this week, as Verisign's .COM and .NET domain extensions were added to China's real name verification (RNV) system, ending a ...

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 00:31:26 GMT

Schriever Air Force Base

Red Flag: Integrating air, space, cyber domains > Schriever Air ...
Schriever Air Force Base
1737. This was the total number of aircraft lost during the Vietnam War from 1962 to 1973. It was a number too high that prompted the Air Force to conduct a ...

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Tue, 26 Jul 2016 23:40:15 GMT

Economic Times

IT Ministry plans ad campaign to promote .in domain name - The ...
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Does your website have a domain name or address ending with '.in'? If not the government soon plans to make you feel guilty by way of an ...
What's in a domain name: IT ministry to push for .in domainInternational Business Times, India Edition

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 15:11:54 GMT

Update - Farsight Security to Debut Domain Sentry at Black Hat USA ...
Marketwired (press release)
SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - July 27, 2016) - In an industry first, Farsight Security, Inc. today announced Domain Sentry, a breakthrough cybersecurity ...
Vixie's Farsight Rolls Out Its First Enterprise DNS Security ServiceDark Reading
Update - Farsight Security to Debut Brand Sentry, a Breakthrough ...Digital Journal

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Wed, 20 Jul 2016 21:46:10 GMT


Feds Seize KickassTorrents Domains, Arrest Alleged Owner (Updated)
β€œIn an effort to evade law enforcement, Vaulin allegedly relied on servers located in countries around the world and moved his domains due to repeated seizures and civil lawsuits. His arrest in Poland, however, demonstrates again that cybercriminals ...
U.S. seizes domains of KickassTorrents, site's owner arrestedPCWorld
Which KickassTorrents Domains Were Seized?
U.S. authorities seize Kickass Torrents domainsCNET
Ubergizmo -US Department of Justice -US Department of Justice -US Department of Justice
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Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:22:55 GMT


Over 10 500 ZAdotCity domains registered
Over 10 500 ZAdotCity domains have been registered in SA so far. This is according to the ZA Central Registry (ZACR), which has provided the latest statistics for registered geographic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) for the cities of Johannesburg, Cape Town ...

Fri, 22 Jul 2016 14:12:00 GMT

International Business Times UK

What's happened to Kickass Torrents? New domains, mirrors and proxies show business is as usual
International Business Times UK
Less than 24 hours after the US government seized the domains of infamous online piracy website Kickass Torrents (KAT) and arrested alleged founder Artem Vaulin in Poland, the website is back up and there are multiple alternative ways to reach it.
KickassTorrents offline: owner nabbed; most of its domains seizedEcumenical News
Feds Seize KickassTorrents Domains, Arrest Alleged OwnerNorthEast Today
Kickass Torrents Domains Seized, World's Largest Piracy Site's Alleged Owner
TorrentFreak -PCWorld -US Department of Justice -US Department of Justice
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Mon, 25 Jul 2016 06:36:05 GMT

So far little is being done with the highest selling new gtld domains
Taking a look at some of the biggest reported new gtld sales on Namebio and it seems like a lot of people spent a lot of money on domains that are doing nothing. Wine.Club purchased for $140,000 and the name just shows a landing page.

Tue, 26 Jul 2016 20:45:28 GMT

Digital Trends

Can't be at the DNC? Watch it in 360-degree virtual reality instead
Digital Trends
Wish you were in Philadelphia right now experiencing all the booing of the Democratic National Convention in person? Well, now you can be part of the action, sorta. It's all thanks to Digital Domain and its curated live-stream of the 2016 DNC in 360 ...

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Tue, 12 Jul 2016 21:13:40 GMT

The Register

No, Google you still can't have dotless, one-word domains
The Register
A surreptitious effort to introduce so-called "dotless domains" – where you type a single word into your browser to reach a website – has been noticed and shot down. Despite an explicit ban on the Google-pushed idea – which would, for example, let you ...