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Nominet’s New “Data Quality” Policy

John felt ashamed, he wasn’t on any public records anywhere. What indecent act would he have to perform to get onto a public register? Wait … WHAT? A lot of people want to avoid there being too many records of them unfortunately Nominet, the registry for *.uk domain names, has introduced a new “data quality” […]

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Coming Soon – Shorter UK Domain Names

If you’re operating in or marketing your products or services in the UK market then you’ve probably already registered a domain name (or more). At the moment UK domains are available under,, and a few other variants ( for UK companies, for UK ISPs). After a long consultation process Nominet, […]

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3536735926_f078bf9d11 Registry Data Quality Update

If you have registered a UK domain with us, or transferred your existing domain to us, then you might receive an email from us asking you to confirm your contact details. First off this is not a scam! We are working with Nominet, the UK domain registry, to improve the quality of data related to […]

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Register a Domain and Win!

Nominet, the registry operator for, is running a promotion from now until September 27th 2010. If you register a domain between now and September 27th you can enter a draw for daily prizes of iTunes vouchers, as well as weekly prizes of iPads. NB: The draw is open to UK residents only – […]

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Want A Deal?

Are you looking for a deal? Then maybe you’ve come to the right place! In the runup to Christmas 2009 we’re going to be doing a number of extra special offers and discounts. As already announced, we’re doing some random offers throughout the day and night via Twitter and Facebook. We’ll be adding to those […]

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The registry operator, Nominet, has enabled a new feature to help fight phishing and other domain abuse. The new “Phishing Lock” enables registrars, such as ourselves, to lockdown domains suspected of abusive use eg. phishing etc., A domain may now be marked as being used in abusive activities and completely locked down to prevent […]

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