The European Union Intellectual Property Office and EURid, the registry manager of the .eu and .ею country code top-level domains, has launched a new service designed to help European Union trade mark applicants tackle cybersquatting and bad faith domain name registrations.
Nearly a quarter of brands have had their online domains targeted by cyber criminals, according to a new report from online brand protection company MarkMonitor.
Indian matchmaking website Matrimony.com has obtained an injunction against a series of websites, including one owned by Kerala-based Kaylan Jewellers, for domain names which infringed its trademarks.
Soft drinks brand Sunkist has been successful in its bid to stop child-care website Sunkissed Families from registering its name as a trademark.
Cigarette and tobacco company Philip Morris filed the most Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy cases in 2018, according to statistics released Friday, March 15, by the World Intellectual Property Office.
An author of a book about the Earth being flat has filed a trademark infringement and cybersquatting suit against an unnamed defendant who is allegedly using his name to spread defamatory content.
A no-deal Brexit would mean EU citizens residing in the UK may lose their .eu domains by March 2020, new guidance says.
A California-based judge who was appointed by powerlifter-turned-California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has failed to win control of a domain name despite claiming it was registered to induce violence against her.
Financial institution Citadel has failed in its bid to have the domain name citadel-investment.com transferred from the registrant.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has announced that the UK Intellectual Property Office will continue to fund the force beyond June 2019.