Posts Tagged ‘domain name’

By: Bill Harding

domainsIn my last post, I posed the following question, “So what is a trademark owner to do to protect her rights in light of the Top-Level Domains (TLDs) expansion?”  Let’s look at the mechanisms put into place recently by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for that very purpose.

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domainsBy: Bill Harding

A domain name may be thought of as a human-readable address for a host computer that is accessible through the Internet.  You probably recognize many of these domain names practically as household words:  www.google.com, www.craigslist.org, www.legalteamusa.net.  (Hey, I had to try.)

Cybersquatting refers to the practice of registering a domain name on the Internet for the sole purpose of selling or licensing the domain name at a profit to a person or entity wishing to use it for Internet presence identification purposes.  This practice often runs afoul of trademark law …

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