Domain names centered around Boycotting the NFL have been registered for years

TheDomains TheDomains: Things went up another notch today around the NFL, with recent comments from President Trump at a rally on Friday, Roger Goodell responding, NFL owners giving their two cents, some teams did not take the field for the national anthem. There are calls for boycotts everywhere on social media, @NFL tweeted out the following video, […]
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Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Spices.com, Smiile.com, SelfEmployed.com, More

Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. BabyGames.com sold for $250,000

You get what you would expect with this domain. “Play the best free baby games on BabyGames.com. We have the newest babysitting, dress-up, makeover, animal, puzzle and many other games for kids.” It’s the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 115,000. The owner is under privacy protection.

BabyGames

2. Spices.com sold for $95,000

This domain was an upgrade from TheSpiceLab.com, although their acquisition is still redirecting to shop.thespicelab.com. Based in Florida, “As a woman-owned and family run business, The Spice Lab takes great pride in offering the widest selection of sea salts from a single source.” We previously discussed the domain as a big flop for the seller last year.

Spices

3. WLF.com sold for $35,000

No site resolves; owned by an individual in China.

4. Business.global sold for $25,000

The domain is parked, but owned by someone with a ThinkGlobal.com email address, and that domain redirects to the developed Think.global.

5. SocialShop.com sold for $22,940

Domain is parked.

6. HomeCard.com sold for $20,000

Domain is parked.

7. Preis24.ch sold for $19,900

Domain/site requires a password.

8. Liaigre.com sold for $19,600

This domain hosts the French language site of interior architect Christian Liaigre.

Liaigre

9 (tie). AirSpace.co sold for $18,000

“Airspace is the only drone security solution capable of identifying, tracking, and autonomously removing rogue drones from the sky. Our hardware and software are purpose-built for this challenge—and get better with every mission—so that you can protect your airspace with the tap of a finger.” The site has an Alexa rank near 2 million.

AirSpace

9 (tie). SelfEmployed.com sold for $18,000

Per the site, “we have developed a platform, resource center, and mentoring program designed to help all current and future self-employed people around the world.” The domain is owned by entrepreneur John Rampton, who knows his way around domains, as he previously acquired the domain Due.com for $130,000 and is building a business on it. We discussed the SelfEmployed.com domain previously as a big money losing flop for the seller last year.

SelfEmployed

9 (tie). Smiile.com sold for $18,000

Per the site, “Smiile© and Sharing City© are communities connecting people who share the same street, district or neighborhood.Both Smiile and Sharing City are only available in French for now.” They have an Alexa rank near 375,000.

Smiile

9 (tie). TripBeat.com sold for $18,000

A “member vacation deals” site is live, and it has an Alexa rank near 500,000. “TripBeat, a discount vacation club, is the newest addition to the Wyndham Destination Network, the world’s largest provider of professionally managed, unique vacation accommodations.”

TripBeat

Smiile

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Most useful tips on what to do to make your essay great

Whizzbangsblog Whizzbangsblog: An essay is a composition written by a student on a topic which was given by the teacher. Essays are typically written in college and university. Teachers make students do such assignments to determine if students have understood the topic during their classes. But, even though essays are mainly written in schools, it doesn’t really mean you won't need to write an essay after the graduation. There are numerous professions which involve writing essays pretty much every day. Hence,writing an essay is a skill that each and every person who wants to be successful should have. Not only will it help you get high grades but it can also help you in your future profession. Below you will find some great tips which you can use to write an excellent paper. You can buy uk dissertation if you click on link! Make sure you use the right outline. There are certain elements which each essay ought to have. They are: Introduction: This is the part in which you tell your reader everything you plan to discuss in your paper. Additionally, it can contain the introductory piece in which you form your thesis statement. Not to make the reader confused make sure that your intro is well-defined. Body: This is definitely the most important element of your essay. It must contain all of your arguments for or against the discussed topic of your paper. We advise you to start to begin each paragraph of your essay with introductory statement and it end with a concluding statement. This will help to make your essay easy to read. Conclusion: This part should sum up everything that you have wrote in the body of your essay. It's also advisable to review your thesis statement within this paragraph.

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Catalan Government Claims Spanish Online Censorship Breaching EU Laws

CircleID CircleID: The Catalan government has written to the European Commission claiming that the Spanish government is in breach of EU law. In a letter from Jordi Puigneró Secretary of Telecommunications, Cybersecurity and the Digital Society at the Government of Catalonia addressed to Andrus Ansip, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, the Catalan government calls out the moves by the Madrid government as censorship.

Over the past ten days, the Spanish government has issued court orders to multiple entities including the .cat domain name registry, whose offices were also raided, as well as to Spanish ISPs. The goal being to block access to websites and other content related to the upcoming referendum in Catalonia.

The letter, refers to the court order the .cat registry received, which demanded that they block all .cat domain names that "could be about or point to any content related to the referendum". It also cites the worldwide media coverage of the raid on the .cat offices and the blocking of multiple websites (and domains) related to the referendum.

Apparently, the court orders being issued to the ISPs in Spain are very broad, as the letter refers to orders blocking access to "all websites publicised by any member of the Catalan government in any social network that has a direct or indirect relation with the referendum without any further court order".

How ISPs are meant to implement that kind of court order is beyond me, as it sounds incredibly vague and the judicial equivalent of using a sledgehammer to crack a walnut.

Whether the European Commission will make any public comments in reaction to this letter or not is debatable, but the concerns being raised by Jordi Puigneró are ones that are shared by many observers from around the globe. The Spanish government's actions in Catalonia have received widespread criticism from many in civil society including ISOC and the EFF.
Written by Michele Neylon, MD of Blacknight SolutionsFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Censorship, Internet Governance, Policy & Regulation, Registry Services, Top-Level Domains

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AUCTION RECAP OF SEPTEMBER 23, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on September 23, 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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ispring $8,800
88049.com $2,021
wideband.com $1,801
fwm.net $1,710
qleo.com $1,210
brch.com $1,208
29532.com $1,111
dmjh.com $942
zngy.com $938
zysl.com $937

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Catalan Government Claims Spanish Online Censorship Breaching EU Laws

InternetNews.me InternetNews.me: The Catalan government has written to the European Commission claiming that the Spanish government is in breach of EU law. In a letter from Jordi Puigneró Secretary of Telecommunications, Cybersecurity and the Digital Society at the Government of Catalonia addressed to Andrus Ansip, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, the Catalan government calls out the moves […]
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