Security experts say the domain expansion plan has been “rushed,” and we should anticipate a sharp rise in fraud. What steps should consumers and brands take now?
In the biggest domain name sale so far this year, MakerBot VP of Marketing Chuck Pettis sold Brand.com to Reputation Changer, which has now changed its name — and its brand — to Brand.com.
The available domain names include 1.org, 2.org, and so on. Some are also fun options for science-fiction groups, like B.org, or creepy types who don’t spell well, such as M.org.
Facebook filed a lawsuit Thursday against several companies that bought domain names similar to facebook.com, alleging trademark infringement.
Go Daddy has built a name for itself as the place to buy domain names with its risqué Super Bowl ads. But could it land in Jeff Bezos’s shopping cart?