Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Lawyer Attorney Law Firm - Trademark & Cybersquatting Update - INTA Makes the Argument Against Unlimited New gTLDs

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2010.01.24

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Shouldn't the market decide if there is sufficient demand for new .TLDs? If they flop they flop. Who knows,maybe there is something bigger than .com out there ready to be marketed ..

Beat cybersquatters back with threat letters, UDRPs and lawsuits if necessary ..

Can't ICANN compel new registries to better control trademark issues as part of their new .tld offerings? It seems we should have something more sunrise periods and the UDRP to protect trademark holders.

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