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Looking past the dot

The new gTLD programme has had its second birthday and slowly but surely organisations both big and small are seeing the branding opportunities both to the left and right of the dot within domain names.

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Not quite the ticket for Euro 2016

In just over three months the whole country will get football fever as England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be taking part in the European Championships in France.

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Has Twitter stolen the ball in the digital revolution?

Whilst the story may have passed under the radar this week, the news that Social Media giant Twitter has held off stiff competition to win the right to broadcast live American Football as of next season is likely to be one of the biggest tipping points in the social media revolution.

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Giving away the crown jewels

Cybercriminals rarely work in an opportunist way. They will often plan their next move months in advance, looking for vulnerabilities in an organisation's intellectual property strategy

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New gTLD review

After the massive growth in new gTLD registrations in February, where over three million new names were registered, March was considerably quieter with 1.17 million names (although that in itself was still nearly 200% of the 668,000 we saw in January).

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Typosquatting to the right of the dot

The threat of typosquatting has been with us since the first domain names were released over thirty years ago. Our brains are incredibly clever, too clever in some instances and often we will see what we want to see rather than what is actually in front of us.

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Fools rush in where angels fear

Tomorrow is that one day in the year where we are all allowed to let our imagination run riot and create the most outlandish lies to try and trick each other.

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