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What Is An Alternative DNS (Domain Name System)?

 January 3rd, 2011

The DNS currently utilised by the vast majority of Internet users isn't the only one. Several organizations operate alternative DNS roots. So how do they work and why do they exist?
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The Asian Domain Name Scam

 December 29th, 2010

Some companies register hundreds of variations of their brand name as domain names to cover all country code extensions. Most small Australian businesses don't find a need (and can't afford) to register more than a and perhaps a .com equivalent, but a domain name scam doing the rounds for the past couple of years leads them believe they also need to register other extensions.
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UK Police Zap 1,800 Domain Names In 2010

 December 25th, 2010

The UK Metropolitan Police Service have announced the Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) removed 1,800 web sites and their associated domain names during 2010.
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Domain names and typosquatting

 December 18th, 2010

Typosquatting is a form of cybersquatting that can erode a company's brand and contribute to a reduction in sales; or add to the cost of sales.
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Bunnings Loses Domain Name To Woolworths

 December 16th, 2010

One of Australia's largest hardware chains is reported to have lost a prime keyword domain name to supermarket giant, Woolworths. The situation is yet another reminder to registrants of the importance of keeping track of a domain portfolio.
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Domain Name Thief Pleads Guilty

 December 14th, 2010

In the USA, a New Jersey man has pleaded guilty to stealing a domain name and selling it via eBay for over USD $110,000. The incident is a reminder to all registrants to ensure their account access details are secured and the status of their names checked regularly.
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Choosing A Domain Name? Beware Of Slurls

 December 11th, 2010

Settling on a domain name is a big task - there's not only making the list of choices, but then hoping that one of them is available. Sometimes what would appear to be a prime domain name may be available; but there may be a reason - perhaps it's a "slurl".
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