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  1. Help Shape the Future of the Internet

    05.26 / 19:53 circleid.com Circleid.com - Internet
    This year, the Internet Society celebrates its 25th anniversary. Our own history is inextricably tied to the history of the Internet. We were founded in 1992 by Internet pioneers who believed that "a society would emerge from the idea that is the Internet" — and they were right. As part of the celebration, this September we will launch a comprehensive report that details the key forces that could impact the future of the Internet. The report will also offer recommendations…
  2. What It Takes to Prove Common Law Rights in UDRP Complaints

    05.26 / 19:53 circleid.com Circleid.com - Internet
    The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy now has seventeen years of history. A high percentage of disputes are indefensible and generally undefended. As the history lengthens, early registrants of dictionary word-, common phrase-, and arbitrary letter-domain names have been increasing challenged in two circumstances, namely by businesses who claim to have used the unregistered terms before respondents registered them and later by emerging businesses with no history prior to the…
  3. 5G Frequency Fees Are Waived in Singapore to Help Drive Market Tests

    05.25 / 20:48 circleid.com Circleid.com - Internet
    Singapore government has waived telecom frequency fees for 5G trials until December 2019 in order to catalyze market growth and discovery of potential use cases. According to a ZDNet report, industry regulator, Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), says this would lower regulatory barriers and encourage industry players to explore potential applications of 5G networks. "Singapore's Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim said such enhancements would be critical…
  4. Emergency Patch Issued for Samba, WannaCry-type Bug Exploitable with One Line of Code

    05.25 / 19:46 circleid.com Circleid.com - Internet
    The team behind the free networking software Samba has issued and emergency patch for a remote code execution vulnerability. Tom Spring reporting from Threatpost writes: "The flaw poses a severe threat to users, with approximately 104,000 Samba installations vulnerable to remote takeover. More troubling, experts say, the vulnerability can be exploited with just one line of code." The Samba team which issued the patch on Wednesday, says "all versions of Samba from 3.5.0 onwards are…