For some time I suspected that DNS provider Zerigo was no longer a priority for their parent company after they were acquired by VOIP provider (and easyDNS client) 8×8 back in 2011. This sort of thing happens all the time, company gets acquired, parent switches direction, some of the acquisitions get left out in the […]
…was one of the random, possibly nutso thoughts I had on the drive in this morning whilst listening to the financial news. Yahoo is one of the rare companies actually trading up so far today on the “news” that it’s forming a committee of independent board members to examine strategy. Nobody’s said it, but in my mind […]
DNSSEC drastically improves the security of the internet and systems that rely on it. Sadly, there is a lot of FUD out there and we wanted to both debunk that FUD and explain why DNSSEC is vital to the security of the internet.
Yesterday, egregious financial truth-tellers (and easyDNS client) ZeroHedge broke the news that parties unknown engineered what looks to be a textbook “pump-and-dump” on Twitter’s stock by putting up a fake “Bloomberg Financial News” site on the domain bloomberg.market and proceeded to run a story on it about Twitter being acquired. The story spread and shares […]
[ Update: CASL is right around the corner, we have just posted “4 Key Things To Know About Being Compliant With CASL” ] Last week I became aware of a flurry of attention around forthcoming Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation. ITBusiness.ca ran a twitter round-up under the hashtag #BeCASLReady and suddenly it seemed this was the next […]
The internet is a pretty stupid place to pass a tax, and the US looks well down the road to passing one. What lawmakers fail to understand is that taxation specific to the internet, ostensibly to boost revenues into government coffers, in practice will probably diminish them as US businesses lose competitiveness against foreign companies. […]