“Data privacy by design, data privacy by default.” You may have heard this phrase recently, on Twitter or in blog posts, but where does it come from? What does it … Continue Reading
These days, anyone who registers a domain name is bombarded by a whole series of emails. While this feels spammy, many of these emails are legitimate, sent by registrars who … Continue Reading
This blog post is a follow-up to the information we published a few months ago regarding the Google-Symantec conundrum.
Symantec and Google have agreed on a plan that … Continue Reading
OpenSRS is no longer able to provide .au domain registrations to any reseller that is based in China. This follows a formal direction Tucows was given by auDA, the registry … Continue Reading
Time is running out to protect the Internet as we know it.
Today is a day to rally. A day to talk, to reach out and especially to act.
It’s … Continue Reading
Google shook up the SSL industry back in March of this year when they released a proposal addressing “a series of failures by Symantec Corporation to properly validate certificates.” The … Continue Reading
Uniregistry has announced a number of TLD price increases, taking effect on September 8th, 2017. Our main concern with this type of increase is that it has the potential to … Continue Reading
Internet security and safety have never been more crucial. It’s rare to see an individual not connected to the web via phone, tablet or computer. Unless of course, they … Continue Reading
We issued a press release today announcing that Tucows has agreed to acquire eNom from Rightside.
By bringing together OpenSRS and eNom under one roof, we are definitively forming the largest … Continue Reading
Domain transfers between registrars and registrants happen thousands of times every day. You would think that such an ubiquitous process works well, like a well-oiled machine. Unfortunately, ICANN and the … Continue Reading