From a police raid to a lawsuit, here are top stories from September.
It’s time for a look back at the past month on DNW. These were the top five stories on this site, ranked in order of views.
Spanish police raid .Cat domain name registry offices – A police raid of the .cat offices was really just the start of a crackdown on an independence referendum.
Namecheap sues Enom and Tucows, demands transfer of 4 million domains – Namecheap says Tucows is dragging its feet on transferring domain names through the easiest method. Tucows has responded.
Amy Schumer files cybersquatting complaint against GoDaddy’s NameFind – The popular comedian wants amy-schumer.com. Her official website is AmySchumer.com.
Instagram registers Doxagram domain names in wake of data breach – Instagram registered a bunch of names related to a hacker group after its data was stolen.
My first domain name sale through DomainAgents – I sold a domain through DomainAgents for the first time. Interestingly, it wasn’t one I listed with the service.
#154 – Chad Folkening talks about how he’s building out websites and using cryptocurrency to build the network.
#153 – Learn about chatbots and if they will change how people use the web.
#152 – GDPR is going to affect everyone in the domain name business. Here’s how.
#151 – Sedo Chief Sales Officer Matthias Meyer-Schönherr discusses sales trends including .ai and .io domain names.