Tucows Announces Timing for Q3 2019 Financial Results News Release and Management Commentary: Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 5:05 P.M. ET
TORONTO, October 23, 2019 – Tucows Inc. (NASDAQ: TCX, TSX: TC) today announced that it will report its third quarter 2019 financial results via news release on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 5:05 p.m. ET.
Concurrent with the dissemination of its quarterly financial results news release at 5:05 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 6, management’s pre-recorded audio commentary (and transcript) discussing the quarter and outlook for the Company will be posted to the Tucows website at https://www.tucows.com/investors/financials. In lieu of a live question and answer period, for the subsequent six days, until Tuesday, November 12, shareholders, analysts and prospective investors can submit questions to Tucows’ management at firstname.lastname@example.org. Management will post responses to questions of general interest (audio recording and transcript) to the Company’s website at https://www.tucows.com/investors/financials/ on Thursday, November 21 at approximately 4:00 p.m. ET. (the Company has extended the period to post its responses this quarter due to its annual Board of Directors offsite meeting). All questions will receive a response, however, questions of a more specific nature may be responded to directly.
Tucows statement regarding the industry Framework to Address Abuse of the DNS
There are a bunch of reasons that we, as a private company working at such a fundamental level of the Internet as the domain name system (DNS), don’t act on content concerns unless compelled by much more than public backlash. None of those reasons are related to money, because we want to protect bad actors online, or because we agree with anything they have to say.
The industry document Framework to Address Abuse was created by a handful of leading DNS operators including Tucows, Amazon, GoDaddy, Donuts, and Afilias. It is the best source to understand how, when, and why these private companies may exercise their authority to deny access to the public DNS.
Our compliance team carefully evaluates all DNS abuse reports that are submitted. In cases where there is evidence of abuse that falls into the Framework, we can and do act to deny access to the DNS via the Tucows platform.