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  1. NickB

    news Former France.com domain owner asks Supreme Court to consider case

    "Jean-Noël Frydman, who owned France.com from 1994 until 2018, wants the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in."........ https://domainnamewire.com/2021/09/23/former-france-com-domain-owner-asks-supreme-court-to-consider-case/ 2018 Namepros thread below "France seizes France.com from man who’s had...
  2. NickB

    news Former France.com domain owner asks Supreme Court to consider case

    "Jean-Noël Frydman, who owned France.com from 1994 until 2018, wants the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in."........ https://domainnamewire.com/2021/09/23/former-france-com-domain-owner-asks-supreme-court-to-consider-case/ 2018 Namepros thread below "France seizes France.com from man who’s had...
  3. James Iles

    information Top Topics: A Bulk Registration Case Study; Will .APP Raise Demand?...

    In this week’s edition of Top Topics, we take a look at a domain investor’s small case study of his success after registering one-hundred domains last year. We also discuss the new .APP domain extension and we find out whether “make offer” or “buy now” marketplace listings are more successful...
  4. James Iles

    information Top Topics: A Bulk Registration Case Study; Will .APP Raise Demand?...

    In this week’s edition of Top Topics, we take a look at a domain investor’s small case study of his success after registering one-hundred domains last year. We also discuss the new .APP domain extension and we find out whether “make offer” or “buy now” marketplace listings are more successful...
  5. Constantin S

    legal France seizes France.com from man who’s had it since ‘94, so he sues

    A French-born American has now sued his home country because, he claims, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has illegally seized a domain that he’s owned since 1994: France.com. In the mid-1990s, Jean-Noël Frydman bought France.com from Web.com and set up a website to serve as a "digital kiosk"...
  6. Constantin S

    legal France seizes France.com from man who’s had it since ‘94, so he sues

    A French-born American has now sued his home country because, he claims, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has illegally seized a domain that he’s owned since 1994: France.com. In the mid-1990s, Jean-Noël Frydman bought France.com from Web.com and set up a website to serve as a "digital kiosk"...
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