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Domain Name Wire: New TLDs are here to stay. That doesn’t mean they’ll make money the way they’re being operated right now. “New top level domain names are dead! New top level domain names are dead!” That’s been the common chorus from commenters on domain name blogs over the past couple weeks since news broke that Frank Schilling […]
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TheDomains: Germany is not screwing around when it comes to fake news. Digiday.com goes into the details about the new law. Basically fake news is considered criminal content. From the article: Last week, Germany formally proposed a law to fine social networks up to €50 million ($54 million) if they fail to remove harmful fake news […]
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CircleID: The Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS) — which allows a trademark owner to suspend certain domain names, especially those in the "new" gTLDs — was designed as a quicker and less-expensive alternative to the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). As I've written frequently before, there are significant differences between the URS and the UDRP. One of those differences is how long a typical proceeding lasts.
Like the UDRP, the URS procedure and rules provide strict timelines for various stages of a case. But, unlike the UDRP, URS cases are usually resolved much more quickly — often in less than three weeks (although reviews and appeals may prolong the life of a URS proceeding).
Here's how a common URS case proceeds:
Step 1 (Filing of Complaint):
As with a UDRP complaint, a trademark owner has discretion in deciding when it wants to file a URS complaint. Nothing in the URS procedure or rules requires that a complaint be filed within a specified period of time, and — to my knowledge as of the date of this writing — no URS decision has addressed the issue of laches, that is, whether a URS complaint would be barred by an undue lapse of time between the trademark owner's discovery of the disputed domain name and the date on which it files a complaint.
Step 2 (Administrative Review):
The URS procedure requires that a dispute service provider conduct an "Administrative Review" within two business days of the date on which the complaint was submitted to the provider. (Currently, there are three URS service providers: the Forum, the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre and MFSD.) The procedure makes clear that this review is simply "to determine that the Complaint contains all of the necessary information."
Step 3 (Notice and Locking of Domain):
The URS service provider must immediately notify the registry operator after the service provider has completed the administrative review, and the registry operator is required to lock the disputed domain name within 24 hours. Then, within another 24 hours, the service provider must notify the registrant of the disputed domain name of the complaint, providing both electronic and hard copy notices.
Step 4 (Response):
A registrant has 14 days after notification to submit a response to a URS complaint. The URS provider may grant "a limited extension of time to respond" if there is a good faith basis for doing so." If the registrant does not submit a response, the proceeding is considered to be a "Default," which is relevant for purposes of a later possible "de novo review" or appeal (see below) and does not automatically result in a determination in favor of the complainant.
Step 5 (Determination):
Although supplemental filings are not uncommon in UDRP cases, a URS examiner "may not request further statements or documents from either of the Parties," and — to my knowledge as of the date of this writing — no URS examiner has considered a supplemental filing from any party, because doing so would complicate and delay what is supposed to be a simple and rapid process.
The examiner appointed to decide a URS case (and all URS cases have only a single examiner) is expected to issue his or her determination "on an expedited basis, with the stated goal that it be rendered within three (3) Business Days from when Examination began." Under "extraordinary circumstances," an examiner may not issue a determination until five days after the response was filed. If the determination was an order to suspend the disputed domain name, the the registry operator is required to do so "[i]mmediately upon receipt of the Determination" from the URS service provider.
The process outlined above may seem very straightforward and quick — and, in most cases, it is — but the URS provides multiple opportunities to extend the course of a URS proceeding. For example, among other things, a losing domain name registrant that did not submit a response during the 14-day period may "seek relief from Default via de novo review by filing a Response at any time up to six months after the date of the Notice of Default" — and is even "entitled to request an extension of an additional six months if the extension is requested before the expiration of the initial six-month period." Plus, either party can file an appeal within 14 days of a default or final determination.
In addition, a settlement could shorten or lengthen the course of a URS proceeding. For example, the Forum's supplemental rules allow the parties to "jointly request a stay for a one-time period of forty-five Calendar Days."
Written by Doug Isenberg, Attorney & Founder of The GigaLaw FirmFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Cybersquatting, Domain Names, Intellectual Property, Law, Top-Level Domains
CircleID: Under a draft legislation approved by the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee on Tuesday, national enforcement authorities would be required to have a set of powers to detect and halt online breaches of consumers' rights across the European Union.
— "The draft rules aim to close legal loopholes created by the fact that enforcement powers differ from one EU country to the next. Today, some enforcement authorities in the EU cannot prosecute traders for past infringements, such as misleading advertisements that were live for only a few hours or days. Nor are they able to track financial flows to identity those behind such breaches. Also, some authorities cannot take measures to take down websites containing scams pending the end of the investigation."
— "The draft rules would require EU member states' authorities to have a number of investigation and enforcement powers, e.g. to request information from domain registrars and banks to help them detect rogue traders, purchase, inspect and 'reverse engineer' goods or services as test purchases, including under a cover identity, and to order a hosting service provider to remove content, suspend or close down websites that host scams."
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Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on March 22, 2017.
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve. I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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Coba.com Very nice CVCV. Might be a tough reserve to meet though
At $3,600 with 4 days left
At $30,001 with 2 hours left
At $51,000 with 2 hours left
I rarely have final prices for the Namejet names on the list, because they usually do not end the same day as they are posted to the list. For now, instead of posting the list with no prices, I’ll post the top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
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CircleID: I recently ran a workshop in Asia and to guide attendees through the content; I put together an overview slide which you might also find of interest and use.
It is a description of the quality attenuation framework, originally developed and defined by Predictable Network Solutions Ltd, and documented and extended by myself and colleagues at Just Right Networks Ltd. You can read more at qualityattenuation.science.
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The telecoms industry is, I believe, overdue for a 'lean' revolution. This will change its working model from 'purpose-for-fitness' to 'fitness-for-purpose'. For networks, that means switching from 'build then reason about performance' to 'reason about performance and then build'.
The benefit of this business transformation is a radical lowering cost risk and cost, predictable experiences, and the ability to rapidly adapt to changing patterns of demand.
In order to deliver this benefit, there needs to be a management that executes on the new intent of 'going lean'. What to change, what to change to, and how to effect that change? Answering these means applying a system of scientific management that helps us focus on what is relevant, and ignore what is not.
These ideas of scientific management are well established in other industries (Six sigma, theory of constraints, Vanguard method, statistical process control), but appear to be novelty in telecommunications.
In order for these lean concepts to be applied, we need to overcome a series of technical constraints that we presently face. The technology innovations that will achieve this include high-fidelity measurements, new packet scheduling mechanisms, and new architectures to embed these into.
Turning those technologies into a working system for a particular product, customer or deployment is an act of engineering. True engineers have an ethos of taking responsibility of fitness-for-purpose, and any shortfall in fulfilling the promises made. This means turning a high-level customer intent into a technical requirement.
To understand whether there is a risk of under-delivery against the requirement you need to be able to model and quantify the 'performance hazards' via 'breach metrics'. This means reasoning about the performance of supply chains before they are assembled, and decomposing a 'performance budget' into a requirement for each element or supplier.
Turning that specific engineering requirement into an operational system, in turn, draws upon a general science of performance. This considers what resource supply will meet the resource demand. The nature of the resource constraint is timeliness (as if you can be made to wait forever, the tiniest capacity will suffice).
The contract between supply and demand is formed as a 'timeliness agreement', which can be enforced by observing how 'untimeliness' (packet loss and delay) accrues along the supply chain.
This 'untimeliness' is a reframing of the nature of quality: from an attribute of a 'positive' thing (quantity), to the absence of a negative thing (quality attenuation). There are three basic laws of networking (that don't appear in the textbooks) that describe this 'quality attenuation' phenomenon: it exists; is conserved; and can (partly) be traded between flows.
The amount of quality attenuation that is tolerable for any application to deliver an acceptable rate of performance failure defines its 'predictable region of operation'. This is the requirement of demand that is then expressed in a 'timeliness agreement' that contracts the required supply.
Underpinning this is a need to quantify the idea of quality attenuation. This involves extending the mathematics of randomness from 'events' (like rolling a dice) to include 'non-events' (the dice never lands). This allows packet loss to be included a single resource model as delay.
This is akin to how imaginary numbers extend real numbers, and how complex analysis underpins the physics of electromagnetism. Without expressions like '3i + 4' you can't model radio waves; without this new mathematics of ∆Q, you can't adequately model packet network performance.
The ∆Q metrics can be 'added' and 'subtracted', and this algebra is the basis of a new calculus that lets you ask 'what if?' questions. It can be used to quantify a layered model of reality (a 'morphism') that relates the user experience to the network service quality with known error bounds.
Written by Martin Geddes, Founder, Martin Geddes Consulting LtdFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Telecom
Domain Name Wire: Epik and MMX make key hires. Two familiar faces in the domain name industry have new homes. Joseph Peterson, who also writes for Domain Name Wire, was hired as Director of Operations at Epik. Joseph is one of the most analytical people I know. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about him over the several […]
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DomainingTips.com: Once a year, I try to remind DomainingTips readers to back up their data. As someone who has a little bit of experience in the hosting industry, let me just say words can’t begin to describe how many problems/headaches can be avoided by simply backing up your data and doing it frequently enough.
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TheDomains: Radix knocked one out of the park with the sale of Casino.online for $201,250. The domain was reserved by the registry and did not result in a big windfall for a domain investor. Currently the domain resolves to a
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Domain Name Wire: Domain under the new top level domain name .online sells for big bucks. Here’s a new top level domain name sale that jumps out at you: Casino.online has sold at Sedo for $201,250! The domain name crossed Sedo’s RSS feed yesterday. As of right now, the domain name resolves to a SafeNames registrar holding page. […]
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dotWeekly: Welcome to the latest Domain Movers, where DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and reports the early findings to you.
The follow is a small sample of movements over the past 24 hours:
Note: GoDaddy’s special auction they are holding with some of its NameFind domain names ends today, around 5 pm, CST. You can see all 21 domains here. Some great domain names like MB.org, 90210.com, KeepCalm.com, VF.net, Townhome.com, 59.org, S9.net, Manipulate.com and more. 13 of … Read the rest
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There hasn’t been a NNNN.com like 1515.com up for auction in years and its going to sell today. Even back in 2010 and 2011 this would have been close to $10K when the normal NNNN.com were still at $1000. I think even at this price its a good buy. I don’t have the cash or I would be all over it. I am in the middle of buying something or I would go halves with someone as well. Speaking of halvsies. You would be amazed how many domain investors split names. Every day I hear of someone going in with another domainer on a name. Not many businesses where a simple text says “hey you want in on half of this $50,000 thing? ” With a “sure, let me know when you need me to send the money” Shows there is a lot of trust and cash in the in certain parts of the industry
Here are today’s names Click for current price
Quote Of The Day: ” Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted. Trouble is I don’t know which half -John Wanamaker ”
Portfolio Of The Day: HUGE Portfolio of 299 Domains Published at Brandbucket. Seller has had good success with his names
Domain Of The Day: Medicl.com A typo for Medical or in the case of startups, a cool way to spell it and get a cheaper domain
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35.org Only 99 of these. The dot coms are worth millions and to me the lower the number the better. Bidding says not everyone agrees4200.net 10% of the dot com says it should be $1500 Plus92.org Doing the best of the NN.orgs at press time59.org One more NN.org744.net The double four and the dot net scares some people off so may end up being a bargain7680.net Same concept here90210.com The most famous zip code in the entire worldAbandoned.com I see puppy and kitten adoptioniWallet.com Bitcoin all the wayKeepCalm.com “And Chive On” is the price driveManipulate.com Manipulation of DataMB.org Not many chances to own a two letter dot orgMontego.com A beautiful place to vacationS9.net Even more rare than a LL.netSearchIt.com Find something to buyTownhome.com I’m sure there is a difference between a condo and a townhome but for brevity’s sake lets say a townhouse is more expensiveuLend.com Payday loansuLoan.com Payday loans. Might as well get the pairVF.net Two letter dot any thing com, net, .org is worth owningZGO.net Way above minimum. Getting some great bidsPetConnect.com Hard to go wrong with a good Pet name the last decade. Unless you are Pets.com and that didn’t work out so well
Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
LimonReal.com The word for Lemon in Spanish. Limon is Lime
Vergine.com Virgin in Italian. Giggity giggity
CardFile.com My guess it will be used as a brand for productivity not actually selling index card holders
FertilityPlus.org 9900 backlinks. Works perfect with the dot org. A fertility treatments aren’t cheap
WorkSafeInc.com Big money in Occupational Medicine. Perfect name for service or advisors in this field
FloridaPhysicalTherapy.com Once you get hurt this is where you go
PlaceSettings.com Impossible to get married without receiving a few of these. 19 years old. 24 bids
Worldy.com I feel like it should be worldLy but hasn’t stopped all the bidders. 21 years old
Sadica.com “corrupted” in Spanish
SameDaySurgery.com Even pregnancy is get ’em in, get ’em out. Nice marketing name for medical business that offers this service. Also known as Outpatient surgery
GrosseTeste.com Surprised how many bids this was getting. Turns out to be famous philosopher from England. I admit, I don’t know my philosophers very well.
Personality.cc If you’re going to do .cc you need short or strong keywords
RSystem.com 17 years old. I just moved up from the Q system
MattressRecycling.com At $400 but I’m not sure why. I do realize that mattresses have to go somewhere. I just assumed thats what dumpsters were for. I may have just answered my own question
FastID.com You probably knew it would cross $2500
167998.com No 4s or zeros has been getting three figs lately
FontLeech.com Was a previous font download. Must have been a heck of a download given the current price
LLIV.com, TUYV.com, XWXU.com, and ZYUH.com Are the expired LLLL.coms for the day. All are bottom level names but all have been eternally liquid
Domains With One or No Bids
GuideForHire.com Registered 16 years ago. Lots of activities that need guides
LoveSheet.com Sounds like a dating app. No bids
ProjectListen.org Reminds me of Rick Schwartz, he is a big listener
ThatThought.com Not sure it has much value but if you bought it you would be holding thatthought
GeeseDogs.com Canadian geese are such a problem that many neighborhoods hire dogs to chase off the Geese each week. So it is a thing
MudPuzzle.com The most memorably name on the list today
StopSnoringToday.com Much better name than ZyppahTrackMyTrucks.com Fleet tracking is a business. We use them on our trucks. One bidder at $12
Sedo has some of the best names they’ve had up at a Great Domains Auction in quite a while
ENDS TODAY so you’ll want to check it out
VeryTempted.com At $69. I can think of a few uses but a cheat on your spouse site keeps coming to mind
EuropeByAir.com Only one other way to get there from the US
ANCC.com 23 years old and ends in C
ParkingX.com The X is a holder that makes it cheaper but no less memorable
BBBW.com Triple repeater at front is both collectable and an acronym
CMGR.com Met reserve so its going to change hands. Great Western letters
Bunting.com Baseball or textile. Or a new brand
DoorKnob.com My friend sold the website DorNob for a lot more than this will sell for. Reserve is fair but probably won’t be reached here
333.co One of the very few .co that I would like to own
LOL.tv Great comedy channel name but then I look at the reserve and nope. Worth it for an end user
BudDiet.com Because you there will be cannabis diet ads soon
Other Godaddy Domains With Bids
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good
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