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New Features in DomainSkate 2.1

Features in DomainSkate 2.1 include improvements in whois and domain status watching, that put our system way ahead of list-based domain watching competitors.

By | October 6, 2016|

DinnerWithDonald Domain Confusion

Ian Hawes and PAC American Horizons are using dinnerwithdonald.com to solicit PAC donations - but it's unclear if supporter's money goes to the candidate.

By | August 30, 2016|

Seen at SXSW

Brands were front and center at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas this past week. There were huge experiences, know as “activations,” like IBM’s Connected Pavilion with Watson, and smaller but substantial ones like Scott’s Miracle-Gro connected yard with “Internet of Things” soil sensors. Kodak had a beautiful experience where participants uploaded [...]

By | March 17, 2016|

Mistyped Domains – Know Your Infringements

Mistyped domains, or typosquatting, are a type of cybercrime. Browsing a mistyped domain can lead to malware, loss of personal information and more.

By | October 1, 2015|

DomainSkate on Clio Webinar

Last week, DomainSkate CEO David Mitnick appeared as a panelist on a webinar hosted by Joshua Lenon of Clio, a company specializing in cloud-based law practice management software. DomainSkate is a Clio partner. Also on the webinar, which focused on how IP attorneys should use online discovery and investigation tools, were Mary Juetten of Traklight and Tim [...]

By | September 21, 2015|

Donuts and TLD Defensive Registrations

New Global Top Level Domains (TLDs) are coming online as soon as October of this year, to join .Com, .Net and others as a way to find businesses and brands on the Internet. Over the next 12 months, as many as 1000 new Top Level Domains such as .Camera, .Email, .Pets, .Kitchen, .Photos, .Business and [...]

By | September 15, 2015|

DomainSkate at NY Tech Meetup

DomainSkate presents and demos new release at NY Tech Meetup

By | September 10, 2015|

Alphabet Company Picks .XYZ

The .XYZ domain received a huge boost from Google’s new parent entity, as Alphabet picked ABC.XYZ for its identity on the web.

By | August 11, 2015|

Webinar on Domain Strategies for NGOs and Nonprofits

DomainSkate joins NPOKI, N-Village, and Inside NGO for a webinar on domain strategies for NGOs and nonprofits, August 11th at 11:30 am Eastern time.

By | July 23, 2015|

Did the House Create An Impossible Standard With DOTCOM Act?

The House recently passed the Dotcom Act H.R. 805. The language of the Act is problematic in not defining "intergovernmental" clearly.

By | July 6, 2015|

The 2016 Presidential Candidates’ Domain Issues

The race is on for the 2016 presidency, but this time, candidates have a new headache to deal with: internet domain challenges. Almost every 2016 presidential candidate has a domain issue.

By | June 30, 2015|

Vote for DomainSkate (please)

DomainSkate is thrilled that we've been chosen to display and pitch at the Tech.Co Startup of The Year Competition and Mixer in New York, this coming Tuesday, June 16th. Please go to http://tech.co/new-york-city-startup-year-poll-2015-06 and vote for DomainSkate.

By | June 12, 2015|

DomainSkate Featured In AdWeek

We were very excited to be featured in AdWeek earlier this week. You can check out the article by clicking here.

By | May 8, 2015|

Fast Company Looks At New gTLDs And What Taylor Swift Already Knows About Them

Fast Company published an article today which looks at the New gTLD space and discusses what Taylor Swift is doing to protect her name online. The article extensively quotes DomainSkate COO Mr. Howard Greenstein and is a good primer for any company that is trying to figure out how to manage this new space and some of the steps companies can take to protect themselves. Take a look here.

By | April 8, 2015|

Domain Name News: Last Week in Review

Last week was a big one for domain news. From AdWeek to The Guardian it seemed like everyone had an opinion on the .Sucks domain and its possible effect on brands and businesses. We were thinking about it too -- will the domain stay true to its mission to become a place where customers can vent? Time will tell.

By | April 6, 2015|