She believes the website was created by a classmate.
On Dec 14, 2019 by Alexandra Samuels
One attempt to fight back the chilling effect.
On Jun 20, 2016 by Dissent Doe
The company is in trouble for portraying a puppy mill.
On Jan 28, 2015 by Michelle Jaworski
If you think I can report to GoDaddy that someone on their servers is using their website for harassment, think again.
On Apr 16, 2014 by [email protected]
Website domain registration company NameCheap isgiving a dollar to digital freedom activists at the Electronic Frontier Foundation each time someone tweets the company's name or shares it on Facebook.
On Feb 19, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Despite the claims of a hacker going by "AnonymousOwn3r," GoDaddy has taken responsibility for a service outage that took down millions of websites Monday.
On Sep 11, 2012 by Lorraine Murphy
Twitter account AnonymousOwn3r claimed responsibility for the all-encompassing attack that took down one of the biggest Web-hosting companies.
On Sep 10, 2012 by Lorraine Murphy
Redditors set their sights on unseating members of Congress, worried about holiday binges, and wet their toothbrushes.
On Dec 30, 2011 by Kevin Morris
In under a week, the Web domain company has completely changed its stance on the Stop Online Piracy Act, thanks to strong opposition from Reddit and others.
On Dec 30, 2011 by Lauren Rae Orsini
This morning Namecheap launched MoveYourDomainDay to coincide with a previous proposal from Reddit—and tacked on a charitable donation for extra incentive.
On Dec 29, 2011 by Kevin Morris
Redditors turn their outrage to U.S. Senators who support the Stop Online Piracy Act while others question the effectiveness and necessity of the site's Web vigilance.
Redditors, basking in victory over getting GoDaddy to reverse its support of the Stop Online Piracy Act, are now honing in on a new target—in the U.S. Senate.
On Dec 28, 2011 by Kevin Morris