Domain Name Association

  • The Pirate Bay likely to be sunk as .org adopts “UDRP for copyright”

    … Controversial piracy site The Pirate Bay is likely to be the first victim of a new industry initiative being described as “UDRP for copyright”. The Domain Name Association today published a set of voluntary “healthy practices” that domain registries can adopt to help keep their TLDs clean of malware, child abuse material, fake pharmacies…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 28 readers -
  • Go Daddy’s Merdinger named DNA chair

    … Go Daddy VP of domains Rich Merdinger has been appointed interim chair of the Domain Name Association, replacing Neustar’s Adrian Kinderis. In a blog post, Merdinger said the DNA will become more “vocal” under its new leadership and outlined three priorities for 2017 — awareness, adoption and access. He said the DNA will share ways businesses…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • The DNA loses second exec director in a year

    … The Domain Name Association has lost its second executive director in less than a year. The trade group has let go industry newcomer Roy Arbeit, who was hired just six month ago following the November 2015 departure of Kurt Pritz. It does not plan to replace Arbeit, according to an email circulated to DNA members by chair Adrian Kinderis…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • New DNA boss named

    … The Domain Name Association has appointed industry newcomer Roy Arbeit as its new executive director. Arbeit was most recently managing director of sales and marketing at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He’s also worked for the American Arbitration Association, Ernst & Young, and Citibank. He will take the DNA top job…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 13 readers -
  • Donuts makes Hollywood content policing deal

    … Donuts has made a deal with the American movie industry that will make it easier to take down piracy domains. The Motion Picture Association of America has been given a “Trusted Notifier” status, and the two companies have agreed upon a domain take-down framework. The agreement targets “large-scale pirate websites”, Donuts said. It’s the first…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncitein Content- 13 readers -
Get the top posts daily into your mailbox!