Any current ICANN committees addressing domain ownership and theft?

The glitz and glamor of ICANN51 in Los Angeles, California, ends today; the many committees and subcommittees discussing upcoming changes in Internet governance conveniently failed to address the crucial element of domain ownership, and that of managing domain theft. With rampant incidents of domains being stolen from a grand variety of domain registrars, ICANN skirts […]

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Domain ownership: ICANN must change its antiquated system ASAP!

ICANN has gained a lot of traction in its recent motion to enforce a globalization of Internet control. The current focus seems to be reaching “obsession” status, with a large part of the ICANN conference agendas debating the “multi-stakeholder model” process. ICANN’s antiquated domain ownership system, however, leads to dozens of domain thefts, most of […]

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“Dumb Americans” buying stolen domain names

Let’s face it: the times of great deals regarding the so-called “coinage domains“, are long gone. Back in 2004-2006 one could still get great deals for LLL .com and LLL .net domain names at various domain forums. The definition of a “great deal” is subjective, but anything under $2,500 for a LLL .com and $300 […]

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ICANN #47 in Durban: Major domain ownership record changes announced

ICANN #47 takes place currently in Durban, South Africa. The beach resort is one of the several locations that World Cup 2010 – famous for its vuvuzelas – took place in 2010. Meanwhile, ICANN announced the implementation of new, improved Registrar and Registry agreements. Elaborating on the most important changes to the ownership record regulations, […]

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