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Trading Domain Names For A Day With The Candidates

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Michael Deutsch loves politics so much so that he systematically purchases Internet domain names that political campaigns might want. But it's not a get-rich-quick scheme. When the campaigns come knocking, asking to take over the domains, he bargains for face time with the candidates.

Source: NPR

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Ruth DiTucci from Florida

It infuriates me that the Department of Commerce using the Department of Justice, had the audacity to offer to "arbitrage" my company years ago because I registered "generic" domains and never registered a trademarked, owned or copyrighted domain name but Michael Deutsch gets to do worse with complete impunity.

He is basically cyber-squatting and extorting the owners. How is it that I was harassed for my true competition with NetworkSolutions and Deutsch is applauded with this lovely interview on NPR.

Aug. 25 2013 03:17 AM

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