SiteFinder redux? Verizon tests DNS redirect service

Verizon’s now trying to capitalize on typo squatting? Will we see relevant AD’s while Verizon finds the correct site? SiteFinder redux? Verizon tests DNS redirect service – Verizon has begun to test a new URL redirection service in some midwestern states and bills it as a handy tool to help out users when they mistype something. Others don’t quite see it the same way. Read More… [Ars Technica]

Verizon’s now trying to capitalize on typo squatting? Will we see relevant AD’s while Verizon finds the correct site?

SiteFinder redux? Verizon tests DNS redirect service –

Verizon has begun to test a new URL redirection service in some midwestern states and bills it as a handy tool to help out users when they mistype something. Others don’t quite see it the same way.

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[Ars Technica]


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