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Help.me brings relief to US Eastern Seaboard as Sandy recovery continues
European operators of the .ME domains and Blacknight are highlighting the work of help.me, which aims to help users donate relief funds to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
More Irish SMEs to go .CO with Getting Businesses Online program
Blacknight, Google and An Post turn to .CO to get more Irish businesses online.
Ireland’s .IE domain returns after weekend issues
The ccTLD for Ireland, .IE, came back into operation today after suffering one of its longest outages.
Irish hosting company announces construction of new data centre
Blacknight, Ireland’s largest hosting company, has announced the construction of a new energy efficient data centre at its base in Carlow.
Blacknight launches Whois Privacy service for website owners
Website owners looking for increased privacy controls can register their domains with Blacknight’s WHOIS privacy service.
ICANN’s gTLD Big Reveal will shape the internet for years to come
Domains such as .google, .nyc and nearly 2,000 others will be revealed on June 13 when ICANN announces the applications for new Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs).
Let’s be adult about it – the .XXX domain landrush begins
Irish hosting company Blacknight is allowing members of ‘Adult “sponsored” Community’ to pre-register .XXX domains before registration is opened to the general public.
IIA ‘overwhelmed’ by record number of entries to the 2011 Net Visionary Awards
The Irish Internet Association was ‘overwhealmed’ by the record number of entries to this year’s Net Visionary Awards, the organisation said today. The shortlist contains 62 websites spread over 14 categories, each of which is up for the public vote.