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Lawyer labels domain investing “Anticipatory Cybersquatting”

Article published by ABA could lead trademark holders astray. I was doing some research this weekend when I came across an article published by American Bar Association in June. The article by Tamara Kurtzman, a California attorney, rails against the practice of buying domain names for future sale to companies that may want to use […]

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Crunch time, again, for Whois access policy

Talks seeking to craft a new policy for allowing access to private Whois data have hit another nodal point, with the community now pressuring the ICANN board of directors for action. The Whois working group has more or less decided that a centralized m...
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Huh. Guy wants to trademark “Premium Domain”

And he proves that it’s a descriptive term on his website. A Houston man has filed a trademark application for the term “Premium Domain”. The application lists two identifications: “Brand development marketing and evaluation services in the field of trademarks, trade names, and domain names” and “Licensing of intellectual property, and, licensing of intellectual property […]

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