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Three big changes could be coming to .uk

DomainIncite: Nominet wants to know what you thinking about three significant policy changes that could be implemented in the next year or so. The .uk registry today published a consultation document covering two security-related changes and one relat...
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Nominet Opens Consultation on Policy Changes

InternetNews.me: Nominet, the .uk domain name registry, has opened a public consultation period on a number of potential policy changes. There are three specific policy proposals that they are soliciting feedback on: Reducing the use of .UK domain nam...
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Democracy(.com) Is Up For Sale

DomainPulse.com: Many have said something along the lines that “democracy is for sale to the highest bidder”. And now it is. Well, democracy.com is. Heritage Auctions is auctioning the domain name... The post Democracy(.com) Is Up For Sale...
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Encryption and Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

CircleID: Just over one week ago, the New York Times published a major investigation into the intractable problem of illegal sexual images of minors being exchanged online. Despite flaws in the story and its companion pieces, the main take-away that I...
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Google introduces new and improved auto ads

OnlineDomain.com: Google announced a significant update to AdSense. Auto ads are now easier to use and come with better controls to customize the ad experience for your users. Google first started offering AdSense Auto ads in February 2018. What&#8217...
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