The 3rd Global Conference of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network will be held on June 3-5, 2019, in Berlin, Germany. It is organized in partnership with the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, and institutionally supported by the Council of Europe, European Commission, ICANN, OECD, United Nations ECLAC, and UNESCO.
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Next week I’ll be attending both a registrar training event and Domain Pulse in Munich, Germany. It makes sense to colocate multiple events, so ICANN are holding a registrar event in the same venue as the bigger Domain Pulse to capitalise on attendance. While Domain Pulse is running Thursday and Friday a few of us will also […]
WorldHostingDays is the global event series for the cloud services and internet infrastructure industries. The main event is WHD.global, a week-long festival that happens annually in Germany. It’s where leaders come together to understand how all digital technologies fit together to shape our current world and our future.
Another year, another misleading direct mail. I’m tempted to call this a scam, but I’ll call it “misleading” for now and you can make up your mind. “Data Assortment Ireland” have been sending out very professional looking letters to Irish businesses. Here’s what the letter looks like: With a name like “Data Assortment Ireland” you […]
Mark and I were away at WebhostingDay for most of last week, so I’ve come back now to a mountain of email. I’ve also got a nice little mound of new business cards, while I also gave my own business card out to just about anyone who was standing still. Like so many industry events […]
Next week a couple of us will be travelling to Phantasialand, which is somewhere near Cologne, Germany. For the last few years I’ve been getting invites to attend WebhostingDay, but haven’t been able to actually attend. It should be a good opportunity for us to meet up with several of our clients, industry colleagues and […]
Verisign’s latest Domain Brief shows a growth in the number of domains registered, which is good news for those of us in the industry: At the midpoint of 2008, there were 168 million domain name registrations across all of the Top Level Domain Names (TLDs). This represents a four percent growth over the first quarter […]