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Chillers and fuel cells: the greening of the hosting industry continues
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Four people arrested in web hosting equipment fraud

4 people have been arrested due to a web hosting fraud, in which the conspirators gained computer racks and generators by making false representations. A total of 19 defendants were charged for conspiracy mail and wire fraud which lasted for more than 6 years.

.CN domain registrations suspended

China’s Internet Affairs organization CNNIC has suspended overseas registrars from registering a .cn domain name. The decision was based on often usage of such domains in pornography and illegal activities. Many networks outside China started to prevent emails from going to its destinations if they contain a link to a .cn domain.

Providers being held responsible for hosted content

Many industries face unique legal questions where responsibility for customer actions are concerned; in many places a bartender is responsible for the safety of exiting patrons and landlords are often put to task for the illegal actions of their tenants, for example. The hosting sector is no stranger to the legal questions involved in providing […]

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