13 months ago, we sold our first new gTLD. Early this morning we hit 100,000. It has been a very interesting journey full of important learnings. I’d be lying if … Continue Reading
TRUSTe is discontinuing its service. Effective Feb. 26, 2015, we will be discontinuing TRUSTe Privacy Service and TRUSTe Privacy Service with Seal products. After this date, you will no longer … Continue Reading
Google has announced that they have started using HTTPS as a ranking signal. It means that websites that use secure, encrypted connections (SSL) will get a boost in search results. … Continue Reading
Tucows President and CEO Elliot Noss talks to Antony Van Couvering about new gTLDs, trends, speculation, brand protection and Internet governance.
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We have spoken to our technical support teams from all of our SSL vendors in regards to this issue and if your server runs the version of OpenSSL that is … Continue Reading
Being able to conduct our private online affairs privately is important.
If you don’t need any further convincing, jump down to find out why online privacy matters to us, what … Continue Reading
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has recently launched a new Community Investment Program designed to provide funding to community groups, not-for-profits, and academic institutions for projects that enhance the … Continue Reading
As we have detailed in previous posts, the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), which is the formal contract between ICANN and registrars, contains a number of new provisions around selling … Continue Reading
Last week’s post regarding pre-registration resonated with a lot of readers, and it also sparked a conversation internally about where pre-registration fits in the bigger picture. We ultimately boiled it … Continue Reading
The upcoming launch of new gTLDs has lots of people excited, but there is also a lot of confusion and misperceptions going around. Pre-registration in particular is causing a lot … Continue Reading