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Can THAT thread be moved out of the Domain Industry News somewhere else? It has stopped being domain industry news for quite a while. However it is being populated by some hyperactive people who keep posting like every single minute and is essentially blocking the Domain Industry News subforum preview by being "latest" all the time. I would like to see only actual domain industry news threads there.
Thanks.
 

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78% of human domainers will be replaced by robots
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You are right, these are intense days with many contributions and also many insights. That means the topic is very alive and relevant among domainers. It's currently in the subcategory "Warnings and Alerts" and this seems still to be the best category, imo. A lot of domain owners are affected and Epik is very reluctant to adequately inform its customers pro-actively, or at all. If you move this thread to another part of this forum, those affected people would no longer be reached.

@Bravo Mod Team Maybe there's a forum option to hide a thread on an individual basis from updates/bumps for those people who like to 'unsubscribe'?
 
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Future Sensors

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Already 35 days (5 weeks) elapsed, what is still not understandable???
And all smart customers already transferred their domains away, because they don't blah-blah-blah 24x7 but act...

You count from the first leak. This leak was followed by leak #2 and #3, with increasingly sensitive data from Epik customers released to the public (including data from customer Texas GOP) and the entire codebase of all Epik companies and projects. If I interpret the last posts of our new members in the thread correctly, there's more to come.
 
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Future Sensors

78% of human domainers will be replaced by robots
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So we must wait until true disaster, just first signals (leaks) are not enough to take the right decision???

Epik has indicated that it is precisely the enormous customer loyalty, even after the data breaches, that is the strength of the company. Please let's hope it is. The information about the data breaches is communicated much better on this forum than on other forums. This can help people to make informed decisions without the guidance of Epik. What they then decide is up to them, they are not children :xf.smile:
 
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