All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Opposition’

Crimea: Ukraine Leader Issues Three-Hour Ultimatum

The proverbial “sh*t” is hitting the fan in Crimea, and causing the Ukrainian acting president, Oleksandr Turchynov, to issue a 3-hour deadline for Crimea to release all hostages and stop all provocations, a statement on the presidential website said. This ultimatum comes after pro-Russian activists stormed the former Soviet state’s navy headquarters in the region. “Unless Admiral Gayduk and all …

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Should ICANN Overturn “.brand” Domain Plans? Advertisers Think So.

In June, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) made a historic move to open domain name endings beyond the 20 or so that currently exist to an unlimited number. This means that the .com, .net, .org, and others that consumers are familiar with could turn into .brand in the near future.

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