internet news - 31/1

internet news - 31/1

From: David Goldstein <goldstein_david§>
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 04:39:08 +1100 (EST)
VeriSign reins in wait list for domains (CNET)
Domain name registrar VeriSign said Wednesday that it is revising a
controversial proposal to award expiring Web addresses to registrants
who pay to be on a waiting list.

Dot-Coop Internet Domain Opens For Business (Newsbytes)
"Dot-coop," a newly minted Internet domain set aside for
employee-owned businesses, went live today, becoming the newest
neighborhood in the Internet's worldwide addressing space.,1367,50121,00.html

Ford loses hyperlink battle (ZDNet)
The carmaker has lost its battle to stop the owner of an offensive
domain name linking to its site 
Hyperlinks should be excluded from domain name disputes, a US judge
said this week in a ruling that saw car maker Ford lose its battle to
sue the owner of for directing traffic to,,t269-s2103510,00.html

It's all go for AusRegistry (Fairfax IT)
The establishment of Australia's new domain name information
infrastructure is running to plan, even as the registry anointed to
run it embarks on a reverse takeover of a Sydney IT company.
RegistrarsAsia's subsidiary, AusRegistry, last December won the right
to run Australia's domain name system from industry administrator
.auDomain Administration Ltd (AuDA). AusRegistry will wholesale
Internet names ending in,,, and - My Yahoo!
- It's My Yahoo! Get your own!
Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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