Business Insider

Internet rights group slams Google and GoDaddy's 'dangerous' decision to ban a neo-Nazi site
Business Insider
Following this, the neo-Nazi site attempted to register a domain with Google, but that attempt was quickly blocked as well. Though many around the web were pleased to hear these companies were making an effort to eliminate hate speech from the web, the ...
No One Wants to Help Put Neo-Nazi Website The Daily Stormer on the InternetGlamour
Russian media watchdog demands removal of neo-Nazi site The Daily StormerGears Of Biz
Driven from US shores, neo-Nazi website finds no haven in Russia eitherChristian Science Monitor
Gizmodo -EFF
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USA TODAY

Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer rebuffed by Russia, China
USA TODAY
After the original domain — www.dailystormer.com — was discontinued on Monday, the site's owners attempted to register a domain in both China and Russia. The Chinese domain, www.dailystormer.wang, and the url from Russia, www.dailystormer.ru, were ...
GoDaddy made the right move by booting domain name used for white supremacist siteDomain Name Wire
The website of American neo-Nazis after lock moved to the United States in the Russian domain zonewww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
Amy Siskind on Twitter: ".@GoDaddy you host The Daily Stormer - they posted this on their site. Please retweet if ...Twitter
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Kilkenny registers 46% increase in dot.ie web domains while Carlow registrations drop
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David Curtain, CEO of I-E Domain Registry told KCLR News a lot of new companies are being formed so that accounts for some of the increases while other existing businesses will register a domain name when they are about to run a promotion or launch a ...



Engadget

GoFundMe shuts down campaigns for Charlottesville suspect
Engadget
Google then quashed the neo-Nazi group's attempts to register a domain just three hours after it made an application. Update: Kickstarter reached out to us to clarify that it is not a general-purpose crowdfunding site. A spokesperson said: "Kickstarter ...
No cash for hate, say mainstream crowdfunding firmsReuters

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Telegraph.co.uk

How to build your own website
Telegraph.co.uk
You can register a domain with a company like 1 & 1, 123-reg or GoDaddy - and there are many more. If your domain name is available, then there isn't any great requirement to shop around. You can likely get a .co.uk domain name for a little under £10 ...



The EBU Readies for .radio Primary Launch
Radio World
According to Alain Artero, EBU's radio TLD manager, within the main launch, the EBU also will run a “landrush” period in which rules to register a domain will be slightly more flexible. Artero said all domains created in this context need to be related ...



For The Win

Did Mark Davis register a domain name for the Las Vegas Raiders back in 1998?
For The Win
Las Vegas did not really emerge as a realistic destination for the Raiders until the last few years, but team owner Mark Davis may have been eyeing this move for nearly 20 years. Michael Abromowitz, a former football writer who is currently working as ...

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Ventura County Star

Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer retreats to Dark Web
Ventura County Star
Operating on the Dark Web allows the site to run without a domain registration from a service such as GoDaddy or Google (it doesn't need to register a domain name on the Dark Web) while it tries to find other ways to re-establish a widely accessible ...



Tech.Co

How to Protect Your Domain Name from Cyber Attacks
Tech.Co
For you, when you register a domain name, make sure to enable the two factor authentication if the company offers that option. As the user, make sure to plug in your email that is tied to your domain name and verify that it shows up in the WhoIs listings.



Google ends up with DailyStormer.com domain name
Domain Name Wire
It would be one thing if we didn't have registrars run as private businesses, and the US government was in control of who could register a domain name. Under that scenario then, yeah, there would certainly be a First Amendment issue, and the government ...

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