Way back in March, you might have seen a story about agitators who were paid over $3,000 a person to protest outside Trump rallies. Or maybe you spotted the story about President Obama limiting American gun ownership to three guns per person, max? None of them were true, but you could be forgiving for being duped. Both came from ABC.com.co, a fake news website designed to trick the unsuspecting.
And when it comes to .co's, it's easy to confuse them for .com's. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why .co domains are the number one non-.com source of disputes before the World Intellectual Property Organization, as Doug Isenberg reports on Gigalaw blog.