31 Dec '11, 10am

Businesses may call for more new gTLD trademark protections

Businesses may call for more new gTLD trademark protections Kevin Murphy , December 31, 2011, 10:52:40 (UTC), Domain Policy It’s open season on ICANN at the moment, and as the number of letters opposing the new gTLD program flittering between Washington DC and Marina del Rey becomes confusingly voluminous many groups think they’ve found another opportunity to demand last-minute changes. ICANN’s Business Constituency is now considering making several recommendations for “critical improvements” to protect trademark holders in the new gTLD universe. While the recommendations are still under discussion, they could include adding the option to transfer a domain name to a brand owner after a successful Uniform Rapid Suspension complaint. This would prove unpopular among domain investors and others as it would increase the likelihood of the untested URS being used as a replacemen...

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