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Locked-down .music could launch this year

One of the most heavily contested new gTLDs, .music, could launch this year after new registry DotMusic finally signed its Registry Agreement with ICANN. The contract was signed over two years after DotMusic prevailed in an auction against Google, Amaz...
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This RDNH highlights a key aspect of cybersquatting disputes in a GDPR world

Complainants can (and sometimes should) withdraw their cybersquatting disputes after learning the domain owner’s identity. A World Intellectual Property Organization panelist has found Levio Consulting Inc. to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking (RDNH) over the domain name Levio.com. The decision highlights an important aspect of UDRP since the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation […]

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Spase, Inc. loses cybersquatting dispute for a THIRD time

Company tries a third UDRP venue to no avail. If at first you are found to try reverse domain name hijacking, try, try again. The entrepreneur who operates a 3D modeling company at spase.io has failed for a third time to upgrade his domain to spase.com through UDRP. Mrs Jello LLC registered the domain name […]

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Hatzalah vs. Hatzolah : Who won the #UDRP?

Hatzolah is a Hebrew term meaning “rescue” and is generic for the provision of rescue services. Similarly, the term “hatzalah” is in use by numerous parties around the world in connection with EMS rescue services in primarily Je...
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Shopping center operator tries reverse domain name hijacking

Company goes after a generic domain registered two decades ago, and the Complainant’s lawyers have a connection to a UDRP forum. A three-member World Intellectual Property Organization panel has found (pdf) that Majid Al Futtaim Properties Llc attempted to reverse domain name hijack the domain name CityCentre.com. The Complainant runs shopping centers in the Middle […]

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CIIDRC issues its first reverse domain name hijacking ruling

Panel finds water utility compliance company Klir guilty of reverse domain name hijacking. The Canadian International Internet Dispute Centre (CIIDRC), a UDRP forum accredited by ICANN in 2019, has issued its first reverse domain name hijacking decision. A three-person panel found that Klir Platform Europe Limited filed its case against klir.com in bad faith. The […]

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Threats don’t play well in cybersquatting disputes

These two domain owners tried to play hardball and got nothing. How you approach a potential buyer for your domain impacts what happens in a UDRP hearing. Here are two examples. A World Intellectual Property Organization ordered Magna.co transferred to Magna International Inc., a company that uses Magna.com. Magna is a dictionary word and the […]

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