Netcraft Extension adds protection against malicious JavaScript

Netcraft has updated its browser extension to add protection against malicious JavaScript, including shopping site skimmers and web miners. The Netcraft Extension now protects against malicious JavaScript Shopping site skimmers are malicious JavaScript programs that steal your payment card information when you checkout on a compromised online store, and send it back to a fraudster…

Namecheap Files ‘Request for Reconsideration’ Against ICANN’s Removal of .ORG Price Caps Decision

One of the largest domain name registrars, NameCheap, on Monday filed a Request for Reconsideration with regards to ICANN’s recent decision to remove historical price caps for the .org top-level domain (TLD) from the Public Interest Registry (PIR) contract. NameCheap’s CEO, Richard Kirkendall says despite an overwhelming response from the community against the decision, ICANN…

New Zealand’s Domain Name Commission Wins Appeal in Lawsuit Against US DomainTools

New Zealand’s Domain Name Commission (DNC) wins in court against the US company DomainTools for “illegally scrapping personal information” of .nz domain name owners. The US Court’s decision means DomainTools is forbidden from breaching .nz domain names owners privacy. This is the second time the US court has agreed with the DNC position. A couple…

Twitter expands rules against hateful conduct

Twitter is always up and doing when it comes to fighting trolls and hateful conducts on its platform. The microblogging giant is one of the most active in terms of fighting trolls—and regardless of whether you think they have done enough or not, Twitter is unrelenting in its fight against hateful conduct. Talking about hateful…

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