VeriSign Reconsiders Controversial Search Service

Posted on February 9, 2004

Verisign is reconsidering its controversial search service which could profit from typos made when surfers input incorrect web URLs. The Washington Post reports that Verising, Inc. announced plans at a shareholder meeting to relaunch the Site Finder service as early as April 2004. When Verisign ran Site Finder last September ICANN threatened them with fines and lawsuits.

Source: Washington Post
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