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Microsoft and GoDaddy have announced a new partnership where the website and domain name provider will offer access to Office 365 to its small business customers.
The GoDaddy.com domain name and website hosting service is giving its many customers a one month credit as compensation for the downtime that hit the company on Monday.
As promised a few months ago, the Wikipedia domain names have now been moved from GoDaddy over to MarkMonitor, thanks in part to GoDaddy's previously announced, and then retracted, support of SOPA.
JotForm, a service that allows users to create online forms, was taken down by the U.S. Secret Service for a couple days due to content posted by a user, according to a JotForm co-founder.
GoDaddy's former support of SOPA led to a boycott of the domain registrar company, and while GoDaddy admitted a recent spike in domain transfers, the boycott may not have been very effective.
The domain register GoDaddy admitted to seeing "a spike in domain name transfers" from the company on Thursday in response to its previous support of SOPA legislation.
GoDaddy is officially off the list of supporters for the Stop Online Piracy Act. But will this change do anything to stop the flood of people who are boycotting the provider for their initial support?
Domain registrar Namecheap has accused GoDaddy of attempting to thwart the transfer of domains, in violation of ICANN rules. GoDaddy currently faces an Internet boycott for it's support of SOPA.
GoDaddy faces down another challenge, in the form of ByeDaddy; a service which allows you to search for domains registered with the company.
Domain registrar GoDaddy has been hit with a boycott of its services, after Reddit users discovered the company's support of the controversial SOPA bill. Users are now taking their websites elsewhere.
As Neowin reported earlier this week, WordPress blogs were compromised on what was originally thought to be GoDaddy servers.Â Neowin spoke exclusively with Todd Redfoot, a security expert at GoDaddy, who explained the exploit. GoDaddy reassures...
Update: GoDaddy has posted a message on Neowin.net, confirming that the sites that were compromised do have an outdated version of WordPress, either active or inactive on their hosting plans. GoDaddy also mentioned that...
With China's views on the Internet becoming ever more unpopular with western companies, another Internet giant has decided to halt its business in China, according to PC World. The world's leading domain registrar, GoDaddy, has...
GoDaddy.com, the leading registration company for Internet addresses, has agreed to take over and manage more than 850,000 domain names belonging to customers of troubled rival RegisterFly. The deal (details were not disclosed), reached with...