The dispute over the .amazon generic top-level domain has not been resolved as the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organisation and online retailer Amazon failed to reach an agreement.
Luxury watchmaker Rolex has targeted an online watch-tracking service in a trademark complaint filed at the US District Court for the Southern District of New York on Thursday, November 29.
More than one million copyright-infringing domain names involved in distributing counterfeit items have been seized in the past year, according to a release shared by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday, November 26.
More than 80% of companies will change their brand protection strategies over the next year to cover new cybersecurity and fraud threats.
Registry service provider Minds + Machines Group has celebrated the official launch of its new top-level domain .luxe, which runs on the regulated internet as well as on blockchain, by opening trading on the London Stock Exchange.
The UK’s Intellectual Property Enterprise Court has handed what one law firm has called “unprecedented” costs to translation company TheBigWord in a trademark infringement claim.
California’s official attorney licensing agency has lost a cybersquatting dispute after it failed to prove ownership of trademarks that it claimed could be confused with the disputed domain name.
The sunrise period for a new top-level domain which is set to run on the regulated internet as well as blockchain will end two weeks today, October 8.
A new survey published by corporate domain name registrar Brandsight has revealed that over half of respondents are struggling to manage their domain name portfolios.
The Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany, has ruled against a plea made by ICANN to reconsider an earlier decision not to grant an injunction against domain registrar EPAG.