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Judge shuts down anti-visa propaganda websites

A New Jersey judge has ordered domain registrar and hosting provider GoDaddy.com to shut down three websites hosted by the company: itgrunt.com, guestworkerfraud.com, and endh1b.com. The sites opposed the government run H-1B work visa, which allows foreign nationals to come and work in the United States.

DataPipe opens third data center in Somerset

A third data center facility in Somerset, New Jersey has been added for DataPipe. The 55,000 square foot data center is company’s seventh facility. The power infrastructure and security systems are expected to be upgraded and completed by April 2010.

ReliableSite introduces dedicated servers

A line of dedicated servers was introduced a few days ago by ReliableSite. The servers of the North Bergen, New Jersey-based data center are available in Dual Core, Quad Core, and 8 Core configurations and can run both Windows or Linux OS. Other features also include cooling and self-management.

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