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SaveDotOrg protest at ICANN

NTEN is having a SaveDotOrg protest outside ICANN’s offices in Los Angeles on Friday, January 24, 2020. Here are all the details: Don’t let a private equity firm take over .ORG! Join us in demanding that ICANN commit to a process that includes the voic...
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Lotto.com: $2.68 million domain saved from UDRP

A UDRP complaint for the domain Lotto.com that was bought sometime in 2017 by its current owner for $2.68 million was denied at WIPO. The owner is Birrell Nigel, Cavour Ltd., Isle of Man, represented by Dentons UKMEA LLP, United Kingdom. “The Res...
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ICANN and Verisign agree to .com price increase

ICANN and Verisign announced today the proposed amendment to .COM registry agreement. Verisign and ICANN agreed to amend the .COM Registry Agreement to permit an increase to the price for .COM registry services, up to a maximum of 7 percent in each of ...
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Save .ORG infographic #SaveDotOrg

Access Now published an infographic on Twitter about saving the .ORG extension. “It’s not too late to #SaveDotOrg. This infographic explains why civil society across the globe is fighting to stop the sale & keep our digital home safe. P...
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Let’s sue ICANN

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) doesn’t care about the thousands of comments, tweets, articles, petitions and opinions. Submitting comments and signing petitions achieves nothing. Like nothing achieved the 3,200 co...
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Clueless company threatens Rick Schwartz

A totally clueless company threatened Rick Schwartz with a Cease and Desist letter about one of Rick’s domain names: Prop.com. Here is what Rick said about this in a tweet: C&D Meets FU POS Wants my Prop*com “The price of a domain shoul...
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I just got payment from Oliver Hoger

I just got payment from Oliver Hoger for the money he owed me for a year for the attorney fees after he had his injunction denied. Just to make everything clear, the order for the attorney fees payment came directly from the court in last year’s ...
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