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Fierce Political Battle Expected as FCC Chair Elaborated on Plan to Reverse ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules

CircleID CircleID: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai speaking in Washington today, said he wants to reverse rules that boosted government regulatory powers over Internet service providers. "Proponents who fought to get the rules passed said his proposal would set off a fierce political battle over the future of the Internet regulation," reports David Shepardson in Reuters. Ajit Pai ended his speech today stating: "When the FCC rammed through the Title II Order two years ago, I expressed hope that we would look back at that vote 'as an aberration, a temporary deviation from the bipartisan path that ha[d] served us so well.' And I voiced my confidence that the Title II Order's days were already numbered. At the FCC's next meeting on May 18, we will take a significant step towards making that prediction a reality. And later this year, I am confident that we will finish the job. Make no mistake about it: this is a fight that we intend to wage and it is a fight that we are going to win."
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4 videos to inspire your inner entrepreneur

Whats Your Name Whats Your Name: Thinking about launching a new business? No one can advise you better on being an entrepreneurs than entrepreneurs themselves. We’ve pulled together a few interviews with Name.com customers and innovators to provide prospective business owners inspiration and direction. Tricia Olson, the creator of Fitlo, talks about how a life-altering event became a blessing in disguise. […]
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Cuba Getting Faster YouTube Access in Next 24 Hours, Thanks to Deal Singed in December

CircleID CircleID: In the December of last, Cuba singed a deal with Google to enable faster access to content served via its popular platforms such Gmail and YouTube. Under the deal, Cuba would gain access to a network of local servers called Google Global Cache that would reduce access time for content served via Google-owned sources. Today, Doug Madory, Dyn's Director of Internet Analysis, emailed to report that Google’s (Google Global Cache) GGC nodes have finally gone active in the past 24hrs. "It is a milestone as this is the first time an outside internet company has hosted anything in Cuba. Also, this is the first tangible development from Google's involvement in the country since wiring Kcho’s art studio with free WiFi"

Also pointed out by Madory: If you drop this Cuban IP address [http://190.92.112.12] into your browser, it will redirect you to Google’s homepage. This is one of the IPs ETECSA is using for the GGC service.
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AUCTION RECAP OF APRIL 25, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on April 25, 2017. 
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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Top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
kohl.com $144,500 – wow!
clinicalstudies.com $36,200
sii.net $2,000
jaz.net $1,925
findmypet.com $1,801
7fw.com $1,800
metalgroup.com $1,766
72939.com $1,602
32635.com $1,512
browntown.com $1,422

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You have to strike while the iron is hot

TheDomains TheDomains: Back in July of 2016 a gentleman named Shane Burchett got a lot of press as he had registered TrumpPence2016.com. TheAtlantic covered Burchett with an article titled, ” The Investor Who Bought TrumpPence2016.com in April for $10.” Burchett is a Dallas investor who guessed right and hoped to cash in for a six figure sum. […]
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PayPal history : Where to download your old transactions and history from

acro.net acro.net: PayPal revamped its web site a couple of years ago, along with its logo and overall brand. The platform is very popular, and although it’s not the most secure for domain transactions due to the “digital assets” clause, it’s still in widespread use among domain investors and other professionals. A huge headache that I’ve come […]

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Ramblings On My Current Thoughts

dotWeekly dotWeekly: I haven’t done a ramblings in an article for a pretty long time, so I thought I would do one now to share what rolling around in my brain.
Buyer brokerage. I offer this service to help people acquire domain names they want but do not know the ins and outs of the domain business. I love doing this and if I had to stop everything and do one thing, it’s domain name buyer brokerage! The one thing I … Read the rest
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