December 03, 2004

On Third Level Domain disputes

Answering a question on proceedings regarding third level domain names asked on the INTA discussion list, John Berryhill points out this:
An outfit named Centralnic has a lot of two-letter country codes in .com, and sells registrations of the form < name >.< cc >.com, where "cc" is a country name. They include the UDRP into their third level registration contract.

On this question of third level domains dispute, Frédéric Glaize and I wrote an article on the first - and so far unique - French case in which the owner of the trademark "Jeunes a Paris" sued the user of" (and won). The article is in French, but there are references to resources written in English (especially footnotes 15, 16, 17).

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