Stolen domain names : The ethics of brokering stolen assets

Domain names have been stolen since the early days of the commercial Internet. The most known case involves the hijacking of, a domain that was "milked" for its traffic, before it was returned via a court order to its registrant. There are thousands of domain names that have been stolen … [Read more...] and the reward for helping a stranger

When someone is in dire straights I'm eager to help; not simply driven by the good Samaritan doctrine but by my own set of ethics. It's what defines me as a person: to do the right thing. As I explained through DomainGang, the domain name was recovered in September after several months … [Read more...]