Protect The Domain Registration Privacy Of Potential Online Abuse Targets

Congresswoman Katherine Clark is urging the global domain name database maintenance organization, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), to protect the domain registration privacy of potential online abuse targets. In a letter to ICANN, Clark points out that private information made publicly available through online registry databases has led to extreme cases… Read More

ICANN Is Set to Release New Domain Names

New Domain Names ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) is about to release more than 2,000 new domains. This means that it’s not all about .org, .com, and .net any more. Soon, very soon, it’s going to be about something more. Like what? Like .hosting or .cloudhosting – some top-level names have… Read More

Who’s Hosting? Here’s How To Find Out.

Who’s Hosting Did you know that, by law, a web hosting company has to disclose who owns the site? Pertinent contact information must also be included. Why is this necessary? Well, if someone comes across a site that they deem questionable, they can report the site for its future removal from the internet. Think of… Read More