Com Laude hits out at ‘.sucks’ after contract termination; Vox Populi fires back
An ongoing dispute between Vox Populi, the registry operating the ‘.sucks’ top-level domain, and Com Laude has led to the termination of the latter’s accreditation as a registrar of ‘.sucks’ domains. Vox Populi mantains that the decision resulted from a “specific breach of contract”, but Com Laude has announced that it is considering further action. The company also expressed its “hope that all brand owners will think twice before buying or renewing a ‘.sucks’ domain”.
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