Posts Tagged ‘cybersquatting’

New TLD Application Window Opens Tomorrow – What Does It Mean? (Here are Answers to Some Basic FAQs)

Click to EnlargeTomorrow, January 12th 2012 ICANN will open the application window for new TLDs.

What on earth does that mean?

Companies, organisations, groups and even cities will be applying to run their own domain name extension (new gTLDs).

W…

New TLD Application Window Opens Tomorrow – What Does It Mean? (Here are Answers to Some Basic FAQs)

Click to EnlargeTomorrow, January 12th 2012 ICANN will open the application window for new TLDs.

What on earth does that mean?

Companies, organisations, groups and even cities will be applying to run their own domain name extension (new gTLDs).

W…

Trademarks Tango in Cyber Ballrooms

The global trademark laws have served the business community well during the last century. But is it possible that with the advent of ICANN gTLD, a new layer of speed and protection would complement the trademark holders to further establish their name…

2011 Domain Name Year In Review: Top 10 Biggest Domain Stories

Wow.

That’s all I can really say.

Who would have ever believed that .XXX would finally be approved AND launched, total domains registrations would continue to grow at 10% year over year, ICANN would be in the process of preparing for the launch of …

ICANN Pressured to Reserve Names: "We don’t accept any more reservations!"

It is not a secret that I have been (and I continue to be) against the requests made to ICANN by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Red Cross for special protection of their names and their variations. I am mainly against it because of t…

ICANN CEO: Top-Level Domain Expansion Has Been Anything But Rushed

In response to the Washington Post’s December 11 article title “What’s the .rush?”, directed at the expansion of new TLDs, Rod Beckstrom, ICANN’s President and CEO has replied in a letter to the Washington Post stating:

“The program of the Internet C…

ICANN CEO: Top-Level Domain Expansion Has Been Anything But Rushed

In response to the Washington Post’s December 11 article title “What’s the .rush?”, directed at the expansion of new TLDs, Rod Beckstrom, ICANN’s President and CEO has replied in a letter to the Washington Post stating:

“The program of the Internet C…