Phish Where The Phishers Are

Many brand holders face a daily battle against the cyber criminals, trying to stay one step ahead to ensure that their web traffic, revenues and, of course, customers are kept safe.  One of the hardest threats to protect against is … Continue reading…

A Bizarre Case of Cybersquatting for Taylor Swift (updated)

Fuelled by one of the bizarre cases of Cybersquatting, in the past few weeks the domain name, and more latterly, the entertainment world has been awash with stories concerning US pop sensation, Taylor Swift.  I’m a sort of AC/DC, Pink … Continue reading…

Where There’s Muck, There’s Brass

Whilst we will have to wait a few more weeks to see the exact sunrise registration numbers, it appears that both dotPorn and dotAdult are on track to break new gTLD records. After just two weeks of the controversial gTLDs … Continue reading…

Inside Knowledge on the gTLD program

“We don’t need no education. We don’t need no thought control. No dark sarcasm in the classroom. Teachers leave them kids alone” Next week the Top Level Domain dotCollege will be launched into the Trademark Sunrise period.  Whilst to many … Continue reading…

Domain Pulse 2015: New gTLDs Are Successful, But With Glitches, While They Can Help In Search Rankings

The programme of adding over one thousand new gTLDs to the internet has been a success said Thomas Rickert, lawyer, member of the ICANN GNSO and representative of eco, the German internet industry association, at the Domain Pulse conference in … Continue reading…