Twitter

More than 55,000 twitter accounts have been hacked.  It’s important to note that this was not the first time a major site has been hacked and it won’t be the last time.  The future with technology is going to be painted with security breaches and an on going push and pull for privacy and sharing of information for the good of moving forward with a new colorful technology driven future.  Twitter has a great reputation and hundreds of million of users.  The future of those users is going to be changed by incorporating the site into their lives.  The sharing and free flow of information is key to advancements in technology.

 

Domain throttling

So godaddy has responded to charges of  domain transfer throttling.  There is also the issue of holding domains once the tld is searched for in godaddy, which prevents buyers from changing their mind at the last minute and picking another registrar.  But making domain transfers to other registrars complicated or even blocking those transfer is big charges that probably will end up being decided in court with possible slander charges. The question is are there legit reasons to throttle access.  You can probably think of a few.