Social Annotation Site Diigo.com Recovering After Domain Hijacking Nightmare

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http://techcrunch.com – Diigo, a social bookmarking and annotation site, is finally back online 50 hours after the domain was first hijacked. It’s an incredible story that involves crisis management, blackmail, investigative research, payoffs, a clever thief, and points to potential problems with the domain name registry system that could affect anyone with a website. Diigo’s co-founder called it a nightmare and crisis that he’d like to help other companies avoid. Diigo has 5 million registered users. For two days this week, they couldn’t access the site. The service is both a collaborati (IT news)