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GoDaddy Will Stop Registering Domains in China

The company claims that, like Google, is has suffered serious attacks originating in China.

  • March 24, 2010

The domain registration company GoDaddy plans to stop registering domains in China, according to reports today. In testimony to a congressional commission, the company said that, like Google, it has suffered from a number of serious cyber attacks that seem to have come from mainland China. GoDaddy complains that the Chinese government hasn’t done enough to stop the attacks.

GoDaddy says it will, however, continue service for existing customers with domains based in China.

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