US-based the National Arbitration Forum has been picked as the first company to manage the Uniform Rapid Suspension System in the new generic top-level domain space.
Kim Dotcom claims his cloud storage site Mega has signed up more than 3 million users and hosts 125 million files, just one month after launching.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has targeted April 23, 2013 as the date to launch the new generic top-level domains.
A US company has sued business network LinkedIn for allegedly infringing a patent that covers matching buyers and sellers in online markets.
Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay will sue anti-piracy group CIAPC for copyright infringement, it told TorrentFreak on Wednesday.
Apple has filed cancellation proceedings against a Brazilian company's ‘iphone’ trademark after its own application for exclusive use of the mark was refused by Brazil’s industrial property office (INPI).
The USA’s biggest cable TV operator Comcast has completed its buyout of media company NBC Universal for $16.7 billion, in a deal that raises interesting IP questions.
A Dutch trademark agent has failed to protect one of its own trademarks and lost a cybersquatting dispute to one of its founding shareholders.
Internet retailer Amazon has re-instated an e-book on its website that it removed last year after complaints about trademark infringement.
Trademark and domain name search provider Avantiq has appointed its director of strategic relations and marketing, Larissa Best, as CEO.