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The DNS’s former overseer now has its own domain name

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration, which for many years was the instrument of the US government’s oversight of the DNS root zone, has got its first proper domain name. It’s been operating at ntia.doc.gov forever, but today announced that it’s upgrading to the second-level ntia.gov. The agency said the switch “will make NTIA’s site […]

Verisign’s trending keywords for February influenced by Apex Legends

Verisign reported their top trending keywords for February and names related to Apex legends a free game that was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on February 4, 2019.

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worlds apex
apex studios
dentistry friends
winning current
legends epic
they anti
keeper attorney
pinpoint phoenix
amelia stem
fold corporate

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Verisign gets approval to sell O.com for $7.85

ICANN is to grant Verisign the right to sell a single-character .com domain name for the first time in over 25 years. The organization’s board of directors is due to vote next Thursday to approve a complex proposal that would see Verisign auction off o.com, with almost all of the proceeds going to good causes. […]
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