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.
ICANN’s new gTLD programme opened for applications on January 12, 2012, and more than 100 organisations have already registered to apply for new domain extensions or ‘strings’.
While the new gTLD application window was open, TB&I spoke to ICANN’s director of services relations about what happens after the process is finished.
The internet has never experienced such a sophisticated and globally-integrated technological crime network as the one it faces today. Online criminals have new tools at their disposal and are more adaptable than ever.
Many, but not all, domain name registries offer some form of alternative dispute resolution, the best known of which is ICANN’s UDRP, but there are others, as Eric Ramage explains.
Those who were worried by uncertainties surrounding ICANN’s new gTLDs will have been further disturbed by apparent glitches in the application system. TB&I takes a look.
In the rush to launch new gTLDs, many feel that IP concerns have been marginalised, but now’s the time to rally round, says Jonathan Cohen.
IP infringement on the Internet continues to worry IP owners and professionals. WIPR takes a look at online advertising and how it can be targeted to help prevent infringement.
In 2001, the assembly of the Paris Union for the Protection of Industrial Property and the general assembly of WIPO adopted the Joint Recommendation Concerning Provisions on the Protection of Marks and Other IP rights in Signs on the Internet.
Canadian courts have so far demonstrated a relatively permissive approach to keyword advertising. Victoria Carrington explains.
It is not always straightforward to deal with a ‘cybersquatter’, but in Poland, a raft of remedies is available. Jaromir Piwowar and Bartek Kochlewski take a look.