The world's second-largest seller of website addresses knowingly helped groups that sell counterfeit pharmaceuticals to US residents in violation of federal laws, a research report alleges.
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While most registrars have locked out thousands of rogue pharmacies, eNom has demanded court orders before disconnecting any offending sites. These court orders are difficult to obtain.
KnujOn said eNom handles registrations for 4,000 bogus pharmacies, about seven times more then the next biggest supplier of illegitimate pharmacy addresses.