Lack of disclosure leads to Reverse Domain Name Hijacking finding

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Mexican resort operator failed to disclose business relationship with domain owner. The operators of two Mexican resorts–Golden Parnassus Paradise of the Gods and Great Parnassus Paradise of the Gods–have been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking (RDNH) in a recent cybersquatting complaint. The resorts filed UDRPs against the domains GoldenParnassusCancun.com and GreatParnassusCancun.com. […]
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My thoughts on employee turnover at Uniregistry

Here are some probable reasons you’re seeing visible turnover at Uniregistry. On Friday, Konstantinos Zournas at OnlineDomain wrote about something people have been mumbling about on message boards for a couple months now: turnover at Frank Schilling’s company Uniregistry. Konstantinos is correct. There has been quite a bit of visible turnover at the company. A […]

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And the profit from selling 29 Million worth of domains in 2017 for Uniregistry has been???

Uniregistry Market announced today that it has sold 3617 domains totaling more than 29,000,000 USD in the first 8 months of 2017. In 2017 the average prices dropped marginally for the first time ever to $8,017 USD per domain down from $9,110 USD. But the number of transactions increased by more than 24% over the …

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Re: Domain name spam

@LindaNicholls: If it is of any comfort, I have private registration and I still get spam. And funny thing: half of them are from Australian spammers!!, but I ...
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Domain name spam

I recently registered a domain name via Weebly. During the registration process I was not given the opportunity to keep the information private, and ...
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