'Namecheap has a long history of supporting privacy and freedom of expression online. We’ve always worked hard to preserve and protect our customers’ rights,' said Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Namecheap, a leading ICANN-accredited domain registrar and web host, is proud to announce their participation in Fight for the Future’s first-ever “Reset the Net” day on June 5, 2014.
Namecheap is a company that believes deeply in every user’s right to privacy on the internet. For this reason, the company has chosen to partner with Fight for the Future on June 5th, in support of Reset the Net, a day of action designed to end government surveillance online. Namecheap is making it affordable for their customers to protect their site traffic by offering discounted prices on SSL certificates. To take advantage of the pricing, use coupon code POSITIVERESET to receive a one-year Comodo PositiveSSL certificate for $1.99 and/or coupon code RAPIDRESET to receive a GeoTrust RapidSSL certificate for $4.99. Restrictions apply. For every SSL certificate sold, Namecheap will donate $0.50 to Fight for the Future. When the number of SSLs sold exceeds 5000, Namecheap will double the amount donated.
“Namecheap has a long history of supporting privacy and freedom of expression online. We’ve always worked hard to preserve and protect our customers’ rights. So we’re thrilled to participate in resetting the net in this positive way,” said Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall.
About Fight for the Future
Fight for the Future is an organization devoted to protecting the Internet’s power to transform human lives for good. They work to empower people to demand technology policy that serves public interest. Fight for the Future believes activating the internet for good leads to a more vibrant and awesome world. Visit fightforthefuture.org to learn more.
About Reset the Net
Fight for the Future has designated June 5, 2014 (one year after Edward Snowden’s story first surfaced) as Reset the Net day. It’s a day of action to take back internet freedom, where FftF asks each web user to pledge to secure their own small part of the internet by implementing one spying-resistant tool such as an SSL certificate. To view the pledge and learn more, visit resetthenet.org.
Namecheap is a Los Angeles-based ICANN-accredited domain registrar, founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. With over three million domains under management and over one million direct customers, Namecheap is one of the top domain registrars and web hosting providers in the world. For more information, visit http://www.namecheap.com.