By DomainInvesting.com: There’s a news story that has been making the rounds on major news outlets over
By DomainGang.com: The domain RiskMethods.com was sold for 25,000 euro in 2017; allegedly, the new owner, Lever10
By DomainGang.com: Several companies are formed and based in Panama, in order to provide WHOIS privacy services.
By DomainGang.com: EPDP, ICANN’s bureaucratic process for domain registration data (WHOIS,) takes us a couple of giant
By DomainIncite.com: The ICANN community’s move to enshrine Whois privacy into formal consensus policy is moving forward,
By DomainIncite.com: The number of detected phishing attacks almost halved last year, despite the fact that new
By DomainIncite.com: ICANN has started the clock ticking on the mandatory industry-wide deployment of RDAP. gTLD registries
By OnlineDomain.com: Uniregistry announced today to make domain name WHOIS hidden/redacted by default. The good news is
By DomainIncite.com: Ten people have been picked to work on a system that would see ICANN act
By DomainGang.com: Imagine wanting a domain name bad enough, that stalking its owner is the only option.
By MorganLinton.com: While you might think that paying for a domain name means that it’s yours forever,
By DomainIncite.com: RIP: the Whois Admin. Standard Whois output is set to get slimmed down further under
By DomainNameWire.com: Brand protection company claims registrars aren’t cooperating, but there are two sides to the story.
By DomainIncite.com: Blameless, cherubic domain industry news blogger Kevin Murphy received a bollocking from registrars over recent
By DomainIncite.com: Registrars are still largely ignoring requests for private Whois data, according to a brand protection
By OnlineDomain.com: CENTR, the association of European country code top-level domain (ccTLD) registries, published a report on
By DomainInvesting.com: With GDPR in force, “Data Protected” or similar Whois records are becoming common. Some registrars
By DomainNameWire.com: New trade agreement includes provision for Whois of country code domain names. The new United