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2005.07.07

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What's the true benefit of Trademarking a domain that is open to trademark? Like if co. YABBA.COM isn't Trademarked and I decide to Purchase the Trademark even though I'm in no way connected to the co. Can I actually tell them to stop using it and or sell it to them?

Protect your trademarks on teh web or risk losing your URL.

Can you trademark a URL? On e attorney said I could. Another lawyer who is an internet lawyer says only if I use it as a brand.

A URL / domain name is subject to trademark laws.

Get a trademark on your intellectual property. It is worth it if you ever have to protect your domain. Trademarking intellectual property is especially important on the internet.

I think this Attorney makes good points

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