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Judge siding with ICANN says plaintiffs can’t take all of Iran’s domain names

Judge siding with ICANN says plaintiffs can’t take all of Iran’s domain names Attempt to collect on a $109M judgment hasn't gone very far in over a decade.

Nov 13 2014, 12:32pm CST

Seven Things To Think About Before You Register That New Domain

Seven Things To Think About Before You Register That New Domain We’ve all grown comfortable with existing Internet domains — which have suffixes like .com, .net, and .edu — to the point where they seemed fixed in the universe like the North Star.  But this week and next, a slew...

Jan 31 2014, 3:37am CST

Pirate Bay sails to the Caribbean

Pirate Bay sails to the Caribbean The Pirate Bay has found its way to a new top level domain (TLD) after Swedish authorities filed a motion for seizure: the piratebay.sx, registered in the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten.

May 2 2013, 12:34am CDT

ICANN Approves Non-Latin Characters In Domain Names

ICANN Approves Non-Latin Characters In Domain Names The Internet took a big step forward today with an announcement from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names...

Oct 30 2009, 12:09pm CDT