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Benefits to keeping Whois open

Domain name owners benefit when their Whois records are publicly available. The world’s largest domain name registrar is going to keep publishing Whois data for the bulk of its customers despite GDPR. This is good news for many people who rely on the data. I understand that security researchers will be upset that the data […]

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A first? UDRP complainant argues others’ use of trademark is proof

Complainant also asks the panel to simply ignore one of the three requirements of UDRP. Here’s a bizarre cybersquatting dispute… A New York company called Unplugg, Inc. filed a UDRP against the domain name unplugg.com. The company only has rights in the Unplugg mark starting this year, which is after the domain was registered. In […]

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Some panelists are afraid to find RDNH

I can’t believe this panelist didn’t find RDNH. A World Intellectual Property Organization panelist has found in favor of the owner of CAGI.com in a cybersquatting complaint but, for some mysterious reason, failed to find reverse domain name hijacking. CSP International Fashion Group S.p.A., which owns CAGI.eu, filed the dispute against Capitol Appraisal Group. Capitol […]

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