15 Dec '13, 8pm

Trademark Clearinghouse seeks eternity

Second, the GNSO Council is on record in a December 2011 Resolution that any consideration of UDRP reforms would commence no sooner than eighteen months after the launch of new gTLDs, and that consideration of the effectiveness of the new RPMs – and the question of whether they should be adopted for incumbent gTLDs – would be addressed in that process. Again, in our view, any attempt by Deloitte to make TMCH-based services available for domain registrations at incumbent gTLDs in advance of GNSO consideration – in a consensus process which cannot even commence until Spring 2015 -- would be a gross intrusion upon the GNSO’s policymaking authority and an absolutely unacceptable undermining of the multistakeholder process. The entire notion is as ridiculous and offensive as suggesting that NAF or the ADNDRC could suddenly decide on their own to start offering URS arbitrations ...

Full article: http://internetcommerce.org/TMCH_eternity

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