Core Principles of Domain Name Law Created in UDRP Proceedings
CircleID
When in the Fall of 1999 the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) implemented the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, it did not come with a fully formed jurisprudence. Panelists were essentially on their own in ...



The generic domain name I can never remember
Domain Name Wire
It's a good service and it has what should be a good, simple, and memorable domain name. Yet, for some reason, whenever I need to use the service I sit here racking my brains trying to remember the website's name. I end up going to Google and typing in ...



Forbes

Key Steps In Obtaining A Great Domain Name
Forbes
A great or catchy domain name for your company or product can make a huge difference in your potential success. But getting a great domain name isn't easy, as the majority of quality domain names are already owned by someone else. In this article, I ...



SOG.com domain name saved in UDRP
Domain Name Wire
A three-member National Arbitration Forum panel has ruled in favor of the domain name owner in a dispute over the domain SOG.com. SOG Specialty Knives and Tools, LLC, which uses the domain name SOGKnives.com, filed the dispute. The owner of the ...



An international week of end user domain name sales
Domain Name Wire
More than half of the end user domain names sales I uncovered at Sedo over the past week were country code domain names. These include two companies buying three-letter .co.uk domain names, a German-language product name, and a company ...



Pirate Site Pubfilm Taunts Hollywood With Domain Name Whac-A-Mole
TorrentFreak
Pirate streaming site Pubfilm is not impressed by the lawsuit filed by major Hollywood studios earlier this year. The site has already lost several domain names following a court order. However, Pubfilm continues to taunt the studios by offering its ...



Tucows to drop some of Uniregistry's domain names
Domain Name Wire
Tucows, the second largest domain name registrar, will cease offering nine of Uniregistry's top level domain names this September after their annual fees skyrocket. The company announced it will drop support for the domains with “exponential” price ...



SitePoint

Your Domain Name: Do You www or Not?
SitePoint
Back in the early days it was not unusual for a major promotional vector of your website to be print - so keeping the domain info short was essential. A few years further along and you encounter people who think that the www. is part of the actual ...




ICANN security group warns against Emoji domain names - Domain ...
Domain Name Wire
Emoji domain names have received some press over that last year thanks, in part, to .ws allowing registrations of emoji domain names. Now, the ICANN Security ...

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