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==CADNA==
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JOsh Bourne and Phil Lodico co-founded the Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse ([[CADNA]]), a non-profit advocay group dedicated in combating domain name abuse by increasing people's awareness and encouraging internet users and stakeholders to take action to be able to stop all illegal internet activities such as [[cybersquatting]] and trademark infringement. <ref>[http://www.cadna.org/ CADNA]</ref>
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Revision as of 00:06, 27 January 2012

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Type: Privately held
Industry: Internet
Founded: 2006
Founder(s): Josh Bourne
Phil Lodico
Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
Country: USA
Website: www.fairwindspartners.com
Blog: gTLDStrategy.com
LinkedIn: FairWinds Partners
Key People
Josh Bourne and Phil Lodico, Managing Partners

FairWinds Partners is a domain name consultancy firm co-founded by Managing Partners Josh Bourne and Phil Lodico in 2006. The firm aims to help clients to increase their revenue using their domain names, provide relevant information regarding the latest online technologies and opportunities and help clients to protect their domain investments. Fairwinds Partners is located in Washington, D.C. [1]

Services

Fairwinds Partners provides the following services to its clients:[2]

  • New gTLD Services
  • Strategy Development
  • FairWinds Intelligence
  • Proactive Advisory
  • Domain Name Recovery
  • Outsourced Administration Solutions
  • Domain Name Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • Advocacy
  • Social Media Brand Protection Strategy and Services

CADNA

JOsh Bourne and Phil Lodico co-founded the Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse (CADNA), a non-profit advocay group dedicated in combating domain name abuse by increasing people's awareness and encouraging internet users and stakeholders to take action to be able to stop all illegal internet activities such as cybersquatting and trademark infringement. [3]



References