Using Your domain Name in China

CircleID: At Gandi, we offer over 750 TLD's right now (probably the one with the most coverage in the industry) so we often see changes in policy first hand. One of these changes was the introduction of new laws in China and regulations by the MIIT (C...
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O3b Satellite Internet – Today and Tomorrow

CircleID: I have written a lot about the potential of low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites for Internet service, but have not said much about medium-Earth orbit (MEO) satellites — until now. O3b (other three billion) is an MEO-satellite Internet ser...
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Haverford School grads start new website for political commentary

The website's name is “homage to this area,” Prince, a Wynnewood resident, said. “In the town of Merion, over lunch, we decided to register the domain name.” “What differentiates Merion West from a lot of news outlets and startups is we have a very unique mission,” said Mattila. “We don't go for click ...
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Using Your domain Name in China

At CNNIC, we are listed as an overseas registrar. As you probably know, owning a .CN domain name requires that the domain name contains the registrant's real name and also needs to pass an additional verification process by CNNIC (using the owner's passport or ID). This process hasn't changed.
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IBM Cloud Security Beefs Up Protection for Apps, Containers

The first piece of IBM's continuous security strategy involves a partnership with Cloudflare called IBM Cloud Internet Services. It uses several of Cloudflare's cloud-based services, including DDoS and domain name protection, web application firewall, load balancing and transport layer security, and it ...
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