Blacknight Joins Global Encryption Coalition and Signs Open Letter In Support of Opposition to New US Encryption LawBlacknight, Ireland’s largest web host and domain registrar, has joined the Global Encryption Coalition and signed an open letter with over 90 other internet organisations and cybersecurity experts objecting to the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, a bill currently under consideration by the United States Senate. This bill is designed to weaken and undermine end-to-end user encryption, thus violating the privacy and security of millions of internet users.
Blacknight pivots to Support Irish Business as Web Sales SurgeWhile the lockdown has been devastating for many companies, those with the ability to trade online have found themselves coping with a surge in turnover. As domain name registrations are on track to break records this month, Ireland's leading web host has launched two new products to help Irish companies: Blacknight shopBuilder and Build-My-Website.
Blacknight Sponsors The eCommerce Summit 2020Leading Irish web host Blacknight has announced it will sponsor The eCommerce Summit 2020 which will be held in Tralee on 30 September and 1 October. This is the second year of the two-day event, aimed at building ecommerce expertise among Irish SMEs. Speakers already confirmed include the head of movies at BAFTA and one of the founding directors of Gymshark and the Hut Group.
Blacknight (http://www.blacknight.com/) are an Irish based, ICANN accredited domain registrar and hosting company. Recipients of several awards for their revolutionary use of social media, Blacknight are one of Europe’s most cutting edge Internet companies. Blacknight constantly seek to lead the way by introducing innovative solutions for its client base and provide dedicated servers and co-location as well as a comprehensive range of Microsoft Windows and Linux based hosting services and domain name registration services to business globally. IP transit services and other solutions for more demanding business and academic customers are offered a la carte. Fibre broadband services for both business and domestic users are also available throughout most of Ireland.