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The reach of NSI's domain

On the eve of facing competition in its core market, Network Solutions struggles with an antitrust lawsuit but announces plans to seek new businesses.

On the eve of facing competition in its core market of registering domain names, Network Solutions struggles with an antitrust lawsuit slowed by legal issues and procedural hurdles. Bogging down the case is whether NSI, the government-appointed monopoly registrar for the most popular forms of Internet addresses, can even be sued.

NSI antitrust woes not over yet
Nearly two years after would-be Net registrar PGMedia accused NSI in court of violating antitrust laws, the suit appears stalled over weighty legal issues.

NSI looks to services
The company known for doling out Internet name addresses announces it is increasing its focus on services, building upon a small but growing part of its business.

NSI lets a bad word slip
update Network Solutions' policy regarding domains that contain obscenities is in question as a famous one slips through and gets registered.