Have hosting with Name.com? Here’s how to get a free SSL certificate

Whats Your Name Whats Your Name: Ever since we rolled out our Encryption Everywhere program, we’ve been helping new customers secure their websites by including a free SSL certificate with every hosting plan. The good news is that this program has expanded to existing customers as well—so if you are currently hosting an unsecured website with us, encrypt it for free […]
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Trump Administration Doubles Down on Surveillance

CircleID CircleID: The White House has expressed its full support on the need for permanent reauthorization of Section 702, created "to address an intelligence-collection gap that resulted from the evolution of technology in the years after FISA became law in 1978." More specifically, to address the loophole which allowed foreign terrorists to benefit from the legal protections enjoyed by American citizens. "Senator Tom Cotton, Republican of Arkansas, proposed a bill to permanently reauthorize Section 702 without modification. The Trump administration supports his bill, without condition," reports the New York Times.

— A hypocritical move: from Neema Singh Guliani, ACLU Legislative Counsel: "President Trump thinks surveillance is just 'terrible.' ... [quoting Trump] 'You look at the extent of surveillance ... Me and so many other people, it's terrible.' Given these statements, and Vice President's Pence's assertion that the 'American people have a right to know if there was surveillance of any private citizen in this country,' you would think that the Trump administration would want to get to the bottom of NSA reform. ... But just this morning, the Trump administration doubled down on surveillance."

— "We have good reasons to be concerned about the impact of section 702 on the criminal justice system" Sarah St.Vincent writes in JustSecurity.org: "While this monitoring has considerable human rights implications for the foreigners who are targeted, it is likely that the dragnet is also capturing large numbers of U.S. persons' communications. The government likes to describe this seizure of Americans' private correspondence under Section 702 as 'incidental.' However ... "[s]uch 'incidental' collection ... is not accidental, nor is it inadvertent. ... This pool of warrantless Section 702 information on U.S. persons is probably sizeable."
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UDRPsearch : UDRP meta-search engine is back online

The UDRP meta-search engine, UDRPSearch, is back online, after several days of displaying unrelated information. On May 31st, UDRPsearch.com began displaying the details of a legal dispute. The domain began forwarding to ravi.lahoti.com, that still displays the lawsuit’s particulars. Ravi Lahoti, the defendant in the lawsuit, is the brother of UDRPSearch.com owner David Lahoti. For […]

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I won a GoDaddy expired auction! But where is my domain name?

OnlineDomain.com OnlineDomain.com: The only thing I know for sure here is that I won a domain name in a GoDaddy expired auction 10 days ago. It was a .us expired domain name that I won on the 28th of May. I paid for it 2 days later. The domain name is registered in Domain.com which I believe …
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Reverse domain name hijacking in Hakoba Saree case

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Both parties sell Sarees. A single-member World Intellectual Property Organization panel has found a Mumbai company guilty of reverse domain name hijacking over the domains Hakoba.com, hakobasaree.com, and hakobasarees.com. Hakoba Lifestyle Limited filed the case against Mukesh Shah of New York. The Complainant owns hakoba.in and sells sarees (saris). The Respondent is also in the […]
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Indian sarees : RDNH finding in Hakoba.com UDRP

Hakoba.com was registered in 1998 and for almost 20 years it has been the primary source of income for its owner. Mukesh Shah of Floral Park, New York, operates Hakoba.com to sell saris made in India. Hakoba Lifestyle Limited of Mumbai, India, filed a UDRP against the owner of the domain, along with two other […]

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