Monthly Archives: June 2012

Thanks ICANN for a new opportunity for crooks and dodgy operators

So, what on Earth is to be gained from the latest batch of top level domains as announced by ICANN today? And what sort of minds are hard at work at some of the bidders, who have paid a hefty sum … Continue reading

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The “Open Ratchet”

Hot headed ranting coupled with the cynical manipulation of key words always seemed to be the exclusive domain of extremist political groups, at least until recently. It has been a curious month of rants about the UK government’s open standards consultation. … Continue reading

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