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"Requiescat in Pace" - the new .RIP Generic Top-Level Domain
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What does "RIP" stand for? I thought "RIP" stood for "Rest In Peace". I thought it was an acronym used in English only and a TLD that would be understood by the next generation; because no one would ever register such a domain name ending in .RIP today.
 
The changing domain landscape: five questions companies should be asking
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Since June, shorter .uk web domains have been available for the first time, allowing the registration of ‘ yourbusiness.uk ’ alongside ‘ yourbusiness.co.uk ’. With the majority of British consumers citing online presence as the most important asset for businesses in the next five years, it’s imperative that businesses keep up with changes within the domain industry in order to grow their ...
 
.REST and .BAR, Global Domains for Restaurants and Bars, Now Available to the General Public
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Restaurants and bars all over the world can now register new domain names ending with .REST and .BAR in a new global online neighborhood designed specifically for restaurants and bars.
 
Domain registry reports after-tax profit of almost €300,000
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Number of .ie domain registrations declines 4 per cent in 2013
 
New Dot London Web Address Now Available For Pre-Registration With Easyspace
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New Domain Name for London Popular with Entertainment and Property Companies (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12061980.htm
 
New Internet Domain Names Need a Backstory to Succeed
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If web address registrations are any indication (and they may not be), the hundreds of new Internet domains (where .guru competes with .com and .berlin intrudes on .de) are seeing slow, but steady success.
 
Dot Scot: New web domain name starts
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A new internet domain for Scotland is launched, allowing people to choose a .scot web or email address for the first time.
 
Policy ushers in new era of choice in .nz domain names
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The Domain Name Commission Limited (DNCL) is pleased to announce that from 1pm, 30 September 2014 a significantly amended .nz policy will come into effect – ushering in a new era of choice in .nz domain names.
 
Shorter .nz domain names on offer
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The Domain Name Commission (DNC) has relaxed its policies to allow for the registration of shorter '.nz' domain names.
 
Brandon Gray aka Namejuice suspended by ICANN
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Domain slamming accusations bite after ten years A notorious domain slammer with an international footprint has been temporarily by ICANN, more than a decade after the first complaints about its operations.…