It’s time to show our appreciation to all of our fantastic customers. On March 6 everyone at Namecheap celebrated Move Your Domain Day. Together our customers helped us make a sizeable donation to Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). These funds will help EFF continue their vital work in promoting Internet freedom for all. Just How Much … Continue reading Namecheap Customers Showed Lots of Love!
Are you passionate about Internet freedom and wonder how you can make a difference? On Move Your Domain Day 2018, you can show your love for an open and free Internet. On Move Your Domain Day 2018, we’ll help our customers protect Internet freedom by donating up to $1.50 per domain transfer to the Electronic … Continue reading Move Your Domain and Help Save the Internet
Ever wondered what it’s like on the frontline fighting for Internet freedom? Trust us, it’s by no means an easy task. Every week it seems there’s a new story about how censorship and fragmentation are currently on the rise in some countries. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is at the forefront of this battle to protect … Continue reading A Day in the Life of an Internet Freedom Fighter
Namecheap’s Move Your Domain Day is back! Our sixth annual edition of the event happens on March 6 this year. It’s never been more important to fight to maintain free and open access to the Internet. As more entities move to censor the Internet, we at Namecheap believe it’s increasingly important to stand up against … Continue reading Move Your Domain Day: A Chat with EFF & Namecheap
Update 8 January 2018: According to Fight for the Future, a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to overturn the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality has the required support of 30 Senators to force a vote on the Senate floor! On December 14th, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to end net neutrality. Net neutrality refers … Continue reading The End of Net Neutrality—Or Is It?
The FCC just unveiled rules to dismantle net neutrality policies, undermining free speech and the way we access the Internet. They plan to vote December 14th to remove all protections on how our Internet Service Providers allow us to access the Internet. There’s still time to stop them from undermining your access to a free … Continue reading FCC Prepares to Vote to Kill Net Neutrality
Net neutrality remains on the chopping block. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), along with the US Congress, is considering reversing rules on how American Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide Internet access to customers. Currently, Americans enjoy basic protections on Internet use and access. Known as net neutrality, these regulations allow everyone to visit any website … Continue reading Your Online Rights Remain at Risk
I believe in Net Neutrality in its purest sense. To me, it means very limited government oversight over the Internet. Right now, a handful of corporations control most of the Internet Provider Services (ISPs) in the US. These corporate monopolies have no motivation to look after the best interests of their customers because they have … Continue reading Namecheap CEO Explains Support for Net Neutrality
Join Namecheap on July 12, 2017 for Battle for the Net, a worldwide day of action in support of net neutrality and Internet Freedom. Namecheap has signed on with Fight for the Future’s day of action to call attention to recent efforts within the United States Congress and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to roll back … Continue reading Stand Up for Net Neutrality on July 12
For many people, the erosion of online privacy rights is like a big hole in the pavement. The first time we encounter a small pothole in the road, we may have to slow down or swerve to avoid it. Then the next day, we drive down that same road, and the pothole is still there … Continue reading The Erosion of Online Privacy