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Typosquatting on corporate names is not the only squatting game in town. TheNextWeb has a story about someone claiming to have made $760,000 in BTC by squatting on websites that reside on the Tor network. From the article: A scammer is claiming to have made 200 BTC ($760,000) through ‘typosquatting’ criminal dark web sites on the Tor […]
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Burl.com sold for the third time in 12 years and the second time in less than one year. The domain closed at $24,555 on NameJet and was the top close for Wednesday. The name sold for just $5,088 in April of 2018. That sale was down from the previous sale 11 years before at $5,805. […]
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Google has now got hit with their third huge fine from the EU, €1.49 billion, ($1.7 billion) this time around, which is the third highest fine they have had to pay. This was in regards to Adsense, Venture Beat wrote: In those previous filings, the EU noted that Google had originally required some sites, […]
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In a thread on Namepros about Rob Monster and Epik, Joseph Peterson posted an interesting tidbit, one that if it plays out as Joseph speculates it could, will affect all the big players in the domain aftermarket space and domain investors as well. The history starts on another thread, it’s very long and you can […]
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