No Image

George Kirikos

President, Leap of Faith Financial Services Inc.
Joined on September 16, 2003 – Canada
Total Post Views: 493,547

About

Involved in finance, and in internet ecommerce.

Comments

Cars.com $850 Million Valuation: Methodology Critique

Does ICANN's UDRP Preserve Free Speech and Allow Room for Criticism?

New Top Level Domain Industry First Half 2016 Analysis & Insights (Infographic)

Should Barclays Lose the .Barclays Top-Level Domain?

How to Keep Track of the New Generic Top-Level Domains (newgTLDs) Now Appearing Weekly

Domains Locked in London Police Takedown Ordered to Be Transferred

More than 85% of Top 500 Most Highly-Trafficked Websites Vulnerable

Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy

gTLD Contention Auction in May: Request for Comments

An Update on the Closed Generics Debate

What Did we Learn Today About .XXX From IFFOR Tax Return

ICANN Gets Crazy... Again!

Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question

Anonymous Plans to Go After DNS Root Servers. What Will Be the US's Response?

Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question

Anonymous Plans to Go After DNS Root Servers. What Will Be the US's Response?

Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question

The Death of TLD Front Running

Underneath the Hood: Ownership vs. Stewardship of the Internet

Kudos to ccTLD Registries for Taking Measures to Improve Security

ICANN Hubris Knows No Ends

Last Minute Surge of Opposition to VeriSign .NET Auto Renewal

Who is Wagging Who? Same Dog, New Tale.

ICANN's New gTLD Double Standard?

A Tribute to the STI (Special Trademarks Initiative Team)

On the Introduction of new Top Level Domains into the Domain Name System

Rod Beckstrom, Twiki and the Foswiki fork - ICANN Must "Get Things Right" on New TLDs

ICANN's Governance Conundrum

NAF Panelists and Complainants Caught Systematically Copying/Pasting Nonsense Into UDRP Decisions

Three Things Registrars Must Do to Enhance Security

NAF Caught Revising Past UDRP Decisions?

For ICANN, a New Path Toward an Old Goal

  • Comment posted Jun 02, 2010 8:08 pm PDT — by George Kirikos
    CPI

When Registrars Look the Other Way, Drug-Dealers Get Paid

The Sad State of WHOIS, and Why Criminals Love It

When Registrars Look the Other Way, Drug-Dealers Get Paid

NAF Panelists and Complainants Caught Systematically Copying/Pasting Nonsense Into UDRP Decisions

The Domain Aftermarket Redux: Are Domainers "Investors" Yet?

NAF Panelists and Complainants Caught Systematically Copying/Pasting Nonsense Into UDRP Decisions

Domain Registry/Registrar Cross Ownership: A Reality Check

ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market

Advocating for Domain Name Registry-Registrar Separation

How is ICANN Spending Your Money?

Most Popular Invalid TLDs Should Be Reserved

How is ICANN Spending Your Money?

ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market

Threat of Tiered Pricing Continues in New gTLD Guidebook Version 2

Your Comments Front and Center in ICANN New gTLD Process

ICANN Blows $4.6 Million In Stock Market

Logical Deduction on Why New TLDs Will Not Increase Costs for Trademark Holders

ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation

PIR's Anti-Abuse Policy for .ORG Offers No Due Process for Innocent Domain Registrants

ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation

ICANN's gTLD Proposal Hits a Wall: Now What?

ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation

PIR's Anti-Abuse Policy for .ORG Offers No Due Process for Innocent Domain Registrants

2008: A Historic Year for DNS

PIR's Anti-Abuse Policy for .ORG Offers No Due Process for Innocent Domain Registrants

2008: A Historic Year for DNS

PIR's Anti-Abuse Policy for .ORG Offers No Due Process for Innocent Domain Registrants

ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation

ICANN's gTLD Proposal Hits a Wall: Now What?

ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation

Will VeriSign Be Able to Engage in Tiered Pricing for .com Soon?

Not a Guessing Game

Potential Danger Ahead for Registrants: dot-info Abusive Domain Use Policy

ICANN Unleashing Single-letter and Single-digit Domain Names, Seeking Best Method

Radio Interview Discusses Domainers and Domaining

Microsoft Files Three More Cybersquatting Cases

iREIT Drops TM-Typo Domains?

BMW Goes After BMW.cat

VeriSign Announces Increase in .Com and .Net Domain Name Fees

When Domain Names Aren't Enough

ICANN Asked to Adopt Specific TLD for Banks

Why I Voted for .XXX

Registerfly Victims Are Really Stuck Now

An Alternative to .XXX: IANA Adult Port Assignments

XXX Comes to a Head

Social Networking and Web 2.0 Creating DNS Performance Issues for Carriers

Domain Aftermarket Overdue for an "Asset Repricing"

Help! My Domain Name Has Been Hijacked!

Google's Top-10 Search Terms Dominated By Trademarks

Help! My Domain Name Has Been Hijacked!

Earthquake in Asia, Spam Plummets

Huge Increase in Spam in October Email

Another View of the New ICANN-DoC Agreement

ICANN and the DOC

Response to Inaccurate .travel Wild Card Assessments

ICANN Confirms: Tiered Pricing Not Forbidden in New .BIZ, .INFO and .ORG Contracts

Summary Judgment Denied in a Case of Creative Typosquatting

Tiered (Variable) Pricing Compromise?

ICANN Confirms: Tiered Pricing Not Forbidden in New .BIZ, .INFO and .ORG Contracts

Nation of Cameroon Typo-Squats the Entire .com Space

VeriSign Director Charged with Securities Fraud

Domain Tasting Target of US Federal Cybersquatting Lawsuit

Wall Street Journal Article on Whois Privacy

A Day Which Will Live in Infamy: ICANN Board Approves VeriSign Settlement

VeriSign and ICANN Settle Lawsuit

Hijacking of Panix.com: A Call for An Emergency Rollback Procedure

The Site Finder Reprise

The Site Finder Report: Dr. Stephen Crocker, Chair of the Committee

Recent WHOIS Report Overlooking Fundamental Issue?

Why WIPO Does Not Like the UDRP

Market Forces Should Control Registry Services?

NAT: Just Say No

An Unsanctioned Whois Database

NAT: Just Say No

Can VeriSign Sue You Over SiteFinder?

Go Daddy Sues VeriSign Over Site Finder

Petition Against Site Finder

Topic Interests

DNSLawWhoisDomain NamesNew TLDsCybersecurityICANNRegistry ServicesNet NeutralityTelecomDomain ManagementRegional RegistriesCybercrimeUDRPSpamPolicy & RegulationCensorshipMalwareInternet GovernancePrivacyIPv6IP AddressingVoIPNetworksEmailWebDNS SecurityInternet ProtocolAccess ProvidersCyberattack

Recent Blogs

Popular Posts