Archive for January, 2012

.CO – A shortcut to success: Part I

by Clint

The rise of the .CO domain looks unstoppable and garnering more attention every day, especially as the .COM extension becomes increasingly played out. The force behind the .CO extension is a Colombia company called Arcelandia S.A, and a U.S. enterprise called Neustar, Inc, who in tandem, develop and operate the .CO Internet registry. “.CO is…

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The changing world of Domains Names and what it means to us

by Clint

Without domains we would be stuck using IP addresses to find your favorite brand, product or social network. In fact, if the Stop Online Privacy Bill  (SOPA) ever passed Congress in it’s original form, people would still be able to bypass the legislation and retrieve illegal files by typing in the IP address of the…

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SOPA: How online piracy may forever change the way we see the Internet

by Clint

“SOPA targets only foreign Web sites that are primarily dedicated to illegal and infringing activity. Domestic Web sites, like blogs, are not covered by this legislation” ~ Lamar Smith, Chairman of House Judiciary Committee, letter to New York Times. The problem is not everyone believes him. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is picking up…

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