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.
Domain name management company Com Laude announced its acquisition of Edinburgh-based Demys yesterday.
The World Intellectual Property Organization has updated its FAQ page on the impact that the EU General Data Protection Regulation will have on the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.
ICANN has asked for feedback on its proposal for a possible unified access model to the Whois system, in an effort to engage with data protection authorities and be compliant with the newly implemented General Data Protection Regulation in the EU.
ICANN has invited public comments on a request by domain name registry Donuts to amend its Domains Protected Marks List, a tool used to block trademarked terms.
The Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany has declined to issue an injunction against domain name registrar EPAG following a request from ICANN.
ICANN’s lawsuit regarding how the Whois system should operate in the context of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation has been referred to the Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany.