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    • Nigger.com returned to NAACP after expiration prompts $10,000 auction

      US civil rights group the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has reclaimed the domain name nigger.com after it expired and went to auction. The names nigger.org and nigger.net were also affected, but according to Whois records the NAACP restored all three yesterday. The names had been in pending renewal/delete status for three weeks, during which tim ...

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  • Web.com policy exec moves to ICANN

    … Domain industry veteran Jennifer Gore is to become ICANN’s new director of registrar relations. She takes over the role from Mike Zupke, who I gather is leaving ICANN, from next Monday. She will report to Cyrus Namazi in ICANN’s Global Domains Division. Gore was most recently senior director of policy at Web.com, a role she held for over…

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  • Openings and New Hires at Adelphic, ClickBank, Web.com

    … Openings and New Hires at Adelphic, ClickBank, Web.com July 1, 2016 by Geoff Michener Leave a Comment Filed Under: Movers & Shakers Every two weeks, Geoff Michener covers some of the latest job changes taking place in this dynamic industry. Please send him a message via LinkedIn if you’d like to share any job changes. (Plus, scroll down…

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  • Openings and New Hires at AOL, Swirl, Web.com

    … Tim Mahlman has been promoted to president of platforms at AOL. The platforms team manages properties and tools that serve online advertisers and publishers. Mahlman founded Vidible and sold the company to AOL. He was an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Greycroft as well as CRO of Klout before joining the Verizon conglomerate. Lavu CEO Ousted After…

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  • Web.com acquires dozens of registrars from Rightside

    … Web.com has acquired dozens of registrars from rival/partner Rightside, seemingly to boost the success rate of its SnapNames domain drop-catching business. I’ve established that at least 44 registrars once managed by Rightside/eNom have moved to the Web.com stable in recent weeks, and that might not even be the half of it. All…

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  • LBMA Podcast: Web.com, Alibaba, and Zuckerberg on Oculus OS

    … invests in Groupon with them knowing; Mitsubishi’s mid-air display – it’s like magic; In case of emergency call your nearest WaffleHouse; Walgreens gets deeper into beacons; Kontakt.io raises $5M clams; Foursquare + Delivery.com; Exterion pulling O2 customer data for OOH targeting; Yoose + Telkomsel case study. Our resource is from the Samsung…

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  • Web.com just gave itself another reason to bid high for .web gTLD

    … Registrar group Web.com is changing its stock market ticker symbol to WEB tomorrow, in another sign that it really, really wants to be identified with the string. The switch from WWWW may indicate that the NASDAQ-listed company’s six rivals for the new gTLD .web have a fight — and a possible big payday — on their hands when .web finally goes…

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  • Credit card hack cost Web.com millions

    … Web.com is taking a $1 million per-quarter hit to its revenue as a result of August’s hacking attack. It also incurred $400,000 in consulting, legal and credit monitoring fees in the third quarter as a result of the breach, CEO David Brown told analysts last night. Some 93,000 credit card numbers were stolen during the attack, a small portion…

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  • ICANN win leaves door open for plural gTLD rethink

    … ICANN has fought off an appeal by .webs gTLD applicant Vistaprint, in a case that considered the coexistence of singular and plural gTLDs. While ICANN definitively won the Independent Review Process case, the IRP panel nevertheless invited its board of directors to consider whether Vistaprint should be given a chance to appeal a decision…

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  • Web.com hacked, 93,000 cards stolen

    … The credit card details of 93,000 Web.com customers have been stolen by hackers. The name, address and credit card number of the affected customers were accessed. The verification numbers (from the back of the cards) were not stolen. Web.com said the attack was discovered August 13 and has been reported to the proper authorities. Network…

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  • New gTLDs steal $5 million from Web.com’s top line

    … the company expects the market to come back after the uncertainty has passed. Web.com yesterday reported third-quarter net income of $33.9 million, up from $29.3 million a year ago, on revenue that was up to $137.4 million from $125.2 million in 2013. The company, which owns brands including Register.com and Network Solutions, announced a $100…

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  • .xyz launch inflated by massive NetSol giveaway

    … Network Solutions gave away thousands of .xyz domain names for free to people who hadn’t requested them, artificially inflating the new gTLD’s launch day numbers. As of last night, there were 36,335 domains in the .xyz zone, with something like 27,000 listed as having name servers belonging to NetSol and its parent, Web.com. Before .xyz…

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