Nigerian scammers fleece AustraliansPolice are staggered by the amount of money Australians are losing to Nigerian investment scammers.http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2006/02/01/1138590558732.html
We have made a commitment to raising standards in the Internet industry. To achieve this, we are proposing to make a number of important changes to the terms of the registrar contract. The changes set out in this consultation paper will affect both registrars and registrants, so it is important that you tell us what you think.The consultation period has now been extended to 31 May 2006. If you have not already sent us a response we would really like to hear what you think.The consultation paper is available to download as a pdf file. Please send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header ‘standards consultation’.We look forward to receiving your comments.The consultation responses will be published here. We reserve the right to remove any materials that in our reasonable opinion are defamatory, offensive or unintelligible.http://www.nominet.org.uk/news/latest/2006/?contentId=2737
Deal places limits on .com feesICANN has put forward a revised deal to settle a long-running dispute over the crucial .com domain name.http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4664906.stm
Cellphone sex a success in Europe; will it play in U.S.?
It may never be quite that easy. But cellphone pornography is a fast-growing business that analysts expect will generate about $2 billion in global revenue by 2009.