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The number of trademarks registered in the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) has risen by 950 since the last count.
Between June 20 and July 28, the TMCH received 31,866 trademarks, compared with the 30,916 submitted between May 24 and June 19.
Nearly 98 percent of the 31,866 marks were verified, while 87 percent were submitted by trademark agents. The trademarks came from 98 countries.
Meanwhile, nearly 90,000 notifications about potential cybersquatting were sent to right holders in the period between June 20 and July 28.
The equivalent figure for May 24 to June 19 was nearly 74,000, showing that notifications have risen by about 16,000 since then.
Trademark Clearinghouse; TMCH; trademark; cybersquatting; ICANN