Australian Domain Register Pty Ltd fooled domain registrants into .com registrations

Domain Register Pty Ltd is an Australian company, operating a “domain notification” scheme; according to Netregistry Australia, that explains what happened to its customers: “This group seems to have harvested the postal address information of several domain owners and has been sending them domain registration forms disguised as domain renewal forms. The group seem to […]

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AusRegistry : Rebranding to celebrate 30 years of .AU domains

AusRegistry, the Australian domain registry managing the national ccTLD, dot .AU, is rebooting its brand. The change in brand visuals incorporates a star in place of the dot in “.AU” – a brilliant move. Inspiration for the star was sourced from Australia’s national flag, which features them: “The flag of Australia is a defaced Blue […]

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Cleanfeed Internet filter scrapped: More pr0n for Australians!

The government of Australia has decided to scrap plans for an Internet filtering system, that’d put the Great Firewall of China to shame. The plan – nicknamed “Cleanfeed” – was promoted by the Australian Christian Lobby and Communications Minister, Stephen Conroy. Cleanfeed would protect children from predators and exposure to adult-oriented material over the Internet; […]

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Correction: Domain Guardians sent out their 2nd newsletter

This is to correct an honest mistake in our article about the Domain Guardians; they sent out their 2nd domain brokerage newsletter yesterday, not the first one. You can view the 1st issue of the newsletter here.

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Domain Guardians: First batch of brokered domains sent to subscribers

Domain Guardians, the Australia-based provider of specialized services to domainers, sent out its first newsletter of brokered domains today, a month after launching the service. The list contains several quality dot .com and dot .net domains, such as Machinery.com and HandTools.com Domain Guardians is the brain-child of Mike Robertson and Jen Sale, both formerly of […]

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Domain Guardians launches Brokerage for Domainers

Australia based Domain Guardians is launching a new service of domain brokerage for domainers and a new informational newsletter to go with it. Mike Robertson of Domain Guardians said: “We’ve decided to roll out our brokerage service publicly. As a part of our offering, we are launching a monthly newsletter.” The Brisbane company provides a […]

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Domainers and Australian floods: the time to donate is NOW

The catastrophic floods in Australia exceed in area 1 million square kilometers – or about 4 times the affected area of hurricane Katrina. It’s an area so vast that it matches the total size of Germany and France combined. It’s a catastrophe, especially since there is no indication the waters will recede soon. The domain […]

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Domainer Paradise: South Beach or Down Under?

The clock is ticking and TRAFFIC South Beach in Miami is getting closer by the minute. Domainers from all over the world will be flocking to the biggest event to seal 2010 as yet another successful conference year. We were intrigued by the black bikini chick of the TRAFFIC ad on facebook and decided to […]

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Kraft Foods sabotages Australian delicacy – Fabulous to the rescue

When it comes down to food brands, US based Kraft Foods, Inc. is the absolute giant. Owning such brands as Philadelphia cheese, Kool-aid, Nabisco, Kraft, Maxwell House, Lacta, Tang, LU and Dentyne, this mega-corporation is also the mother company of Starbucks. With more than $48 billion in revenue during 2009, Kraft Foods, Inc. literally exists in every […]

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