Help Save Domain Privacy

Posted on June 19, 2015 by in Blog | Industry News

domain name privacy

At Hover, we believe that privacy is a right — not an add-on feature. That’s why we offer free WHOIS privacy whenever possible to protect your personal information when registering a domain name. Unfortunately, there are events underway right now that could change the way that your privacy is protected. What Is WHOIS Privacy? For those…

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Our Favourite Reactions to Apple’s iPad Air 2 & Retina iMac Announcement

Posted on October 17, 2014 by in Blog | Industry News | Just For Fun

Reactions

Thinner & faster iPads! Faster iMacs with a 5K display! Pixels! PIXELS!!! Yes, the Twittersphere was on fire with everyone voicing their opinions on the latest Apple event. Reactions ran the gamut of what you’d come to expect from a new line of Apple products. While many people took the opportunity to poke fun at…

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We Stand Up for Net Neutrality and You Should Too

Posted on May 15, 2014 by in Blog | Industry News | Inside Hover

Today is (yet another) day of action to defend the Open Internet. Yes, there are a lot of these. Yes, they are important. Those wishing to limit the power of the Internet don’t stop, so we can’t either. The Federal Communications Commission is proposing new rules to allow Internet providers to discriminate based on content…

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Our Take on the New TLDs

Posted on February 5, 2014 by in All About TLDs | Blog | Industry News

If you are in the domain name industry, today is a big day. It’s “General Availability” for one of the first batches of widely available and potentially popular “new Top Level Domains”. For the uninitiated, a Top Level Domain, or TLD, is everything to the right of the last dot in a domain name. Verisign’s…

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CIRA Launches the Community Investment Program

Posted on February 4, 2014 by in Blog | Friends & Partners | Industry News

Are you working on a project that helps make the Internet even better for Canadians? You could qualify for a grant of up to $100,000 from The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) through the Community Investment Program. CIRA are the people who bring us .ca domains, and manage its policies and infrastructure. As part of…

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