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Why the Public Directory of Domain Names Is About to Vanish - Chatham House


Chatham House

Why the Public Directory of Domain Names Is About to Vanish
Chatham House
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the US-based private company that coordinates internet domains and IP addresses, required companies that register domain names to collect and publish personal data in the so-called WHOIS ...

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Bud Light wins dispute against UK company registering 'budlight' domain name for light bulb site - Fox News

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Bud Light wins dispute against UK company registering 'budlight' domain name for light bulb site
Fox News
Ruling on the dispute, Nominet expert Dawn Osborne directed transfer of the budlight.co.uk domain name to AB InBev. In the judgment, she said: "While it is true that 'bud' and 'light' are two common words in the English language, and could ...
Why Budweiser took a Cornish company to task over 'Bud Light' website nameCornwall Live

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Whoa – oh no, Zoho: Domain name no-show deals CRM biz, 40m punters a crushing blow - The Register

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Whoa – oh no, Zoho: Domain name no-show deals CRM biz, 40m punters a crushing blow
The Register
An hour later, Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu was still scrambling: "We are working hard to identify why the domain was taken down by the registrar in the first place. Once we do that, we will take alternative steps so this never happens. We apologize ...
Users of Zoho SaaS cloud locked out following dispute with domain name registrar TierraNetwww.computing.co.uk

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UK's National Cyber Security Centre gives itself big ol' pat on the ... - The Register

The Register

UK's National Cyber Security Centre gives itself big ol' pat on the ...
The Register
Despite companies "hanging up" when GCHQ rings them to say they've been hacked (true story), "the UK has avoided a category 1 [infosec incident]", according ...
NCSC - 2018 Annual ReviewNCSC

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UK: What Has Happened To Domain WHOIS Information? - Mondaq News Alerts

UK: What Has Happened To Domain WHOIS Information?
Mondaq News Alerts
Historically, anyone searching for a domain could use this free database to reveal the person or company behind a domain registration, including their name and address. This information was useful from a due diligence perspective in corporate ...



US charges Russian woman Elena Khusyaynova with interfering in US elections - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

US charges Russian woman Elena Khusyaynova with interfering in US elections
Telegraph.co.uk
Khusyaynova continued to file detailed multi-million dollar budgets through 2017, and into 2018, including expenses for placing disruptive adverts on Facebook, promoting social media posts, registering domain names, and paying activists. The operation ...
The DOJ has charged a Russian woman working for a close Putin ally with conspiring to interfere in the 2018 midtermsBusiness Insider
US indicts Russian woman for interfering in 2018 electionDaily Mail

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Mysterious 'chuck Chequers' group spent £257000 on advertising - Financial Times

Mysterious 'chuck Chequers' group spent £257000 on advertising
Financial Times
The group's adverts and website encourage readers to support an abrupt break between the UK and EU and to “chuck Chequers”, referring to Theresa May's plan to negotiate a smoother parting from Brussels. On Monday, Facebook announced new rules about ...

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Nominet and Children in Need to tackle digital exclusion - Charity Digital News

Charity Digital News

Nominet and Children in Need to tackle digital exclusion
Charity Digital News
Nominet is to donate £1 to this year's Children in Need campaign for every new co.uk or me.uk domain it registers. The offer to Children in Need from the domain registration firm runs until November 19. Nominet has made a minimum donation commitment to ...

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How Bellingcat outfoxes the world's spy agencies - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.uk

How Bellingcat outfoxes the world's spy agencies
Spectator.co.uk
Bellingcat's willingness to buy information on the black market or scoop it up from pirate sites makes them better than governments at gleaning information from open sources in 'almost all' cases, he says. Of course, if you believe ... Roman ...



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