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Hello, my name is Bruce Tedeschi. I'm a 15+ year Veteran Domainer that has provided myself a Beautiful & Successful living just on the income of Buying, Selling & Monetizing domain names. Visit the 'About' page to learn more about me.

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| October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

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The New Domain Extensions – Another ploy to get your cash

| June 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetWell here we go again! The new domain get rich quick ploy. It is amazing to me that anyone with $185,000 and a good lawyer can apply to get their own domain name extension. That’s great if you hundreds of millions of dollars to build brand awareness in the years after receiving the approval. The [...]

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Rwanda: Domain Name .rw Soon to Be Held By Rwanda

| June 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetIf there’s one thing that’s giving intense headaches to Rwanda, a country that’s determined to become the regional ICT hub by 2020, is the fact that its country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) name (.rw) is still in the hands of an individual — a foreign citizen to put it right. “It’s shameful that our country’s ccTLD [...]

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Legal Dispute Over Use Of CO.NO As Means For Foreigners To Register Norwegian Domains

| June 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetNorid, the .NO registry, is investigation a legal dispute over co.no, which is being used as a means of entering the Norwegian domain name market for foreigners, something they are currently unable to do under Norid’s terms and conditions. The lawsuit about co.no concerns whether it in real terms has been illegally transferred, and whether [...]

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U.N. takeover of the Internet must be stopped, U.S. warns

| June 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Tweet FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell warns a House committee that Google, iTunes, Facebook, and Netflix could face new international taxes. (Credit: U.S. House of Representatives) Democratic and Republican government officials warned this morning that a United Nations summit in December will lead to a virtual takeover of the Internet if proposals from China, Russia, Iran, [...]

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Google spends over $9-million dollars on new TLDs

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetLast month, Google told Ad Age that it was poised to go on a web-domain buying spree. Today, thecompany announced in a blog post some of the specific top-level domains it is applying for and the general categories they fall into. Among the top-level domains (the part of a web address to the right of the dot) [...]

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Google applies for .google, .youtube, and .lol domain names

| May 31, 2012 | 1 Comment

Tweet (Karen Bleier – AFP/Getty Images)Google said Thursday it has applied for the Internet identifiers “.google,” “.docs” and “.youtube,” with the planned expansion of the Web’s domain name system. Aside from the suffixes that reflect their brands and services, the search giant said in a blog post that it has also applied for a bunch of other [...]

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ICANN to Reveal Proposed Domain Names June 13

| May 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetThose anxiously waiting to find out what new names may be introduced to the Internet’s domain name system will finally find out on June 13. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the nonprofit group that manages the domain name system,unveiled a new timeline related to its controversial new domain name program late on Tuesday. The [...]

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CUNA Applies for Rights to .creditunion Top-Level Domain Names

| May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetCUNA on Tuesday submitted an application for “.creditunion” to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which has been taking applications from individuals and groups to buy the rights to new “top-level domain names”, also known as the words to the right of the dot in an Internet address. The new names can focus [...]

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China reopens domain name applications

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetChina on Tuesday started to allow individuals to apply for “.cn” and “.中国” (China) domain names, said the China Internet Network Information Center, the de facto administrator of the country’s domain names. “Any individual or organization that can carry independent civil liabilities has the right to apply for the domain registration under the implementing rules,” said [...]

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