Several factors should be addressed when companies are considering whether to change the way they manage their domain name portfolios, says Matt Serlin of corporate domain name registrar Brandsight.
Jonathan Cohen provides an update on the new gTLDs, and explains how the problem of strings with multiple applicants can be effectively resolved.
Since its launch in the US in 2008, Groupon has quickly grown into a successful online group buying platform. TB&I talks to its UK arm about how the business works.
The Internet has changed every facet of our lives, and brands must change with it, says Stuart Fuller.
TB&I talks to Claudia Andrieu, head of legal affairs at the Picasso Administration, about the challenges of protecting possibly the greatest artistic legacy of the 20th century.
Despite several courts ordering ISPs to block access to sites suspected of promoting online piracy, it’s not hard for users to get around the barriers. TB&I asks where to next for rights owners?
The pan-European Intellectual Property Summit returns for its fifth year, and this time it has grown from two to four days across two different countries, as Premier Cercle, the co-organiser, explains.
Pinterest.com is the newest visual social networking website on the block. But for many brand owners it poses as many threats as it does opportunities, as Helma van de Langenberg explains.
Several changes to the Internet landscape over the past year have brought new challenges for brand owners, as Mark Calandra explains.
Having made 42 online trademark databases available to the industry on the search management tool Inspiro and on its website, Avantiq has proved its experience in the trademark database field. Larissa Best explains.
Digital start-up Mixcloud had to confront copyright issues early. WIPR talks to co-founder Nico Perez about how to stay out of trouble as a start-up and why the models need to change.