Sunday , April 11 2021

Dispute resolution policy efficiently prevents cybersquatting – Lexology

Introduction 'Cybersquatting' is the bad-faith registration of a domain name that contains another party's trademark. Under the Trademark Act, affected parties may file a civil proceeding against an unauthorised domain name. Where an unauthorised domain name is registered in a Taiwanese generic top-level domain (ie, with a '.tw' domain name) under a contract with the Taiwan Network Information Centre (TWNIC), the affected party may also be able to file a TWNIC Domain Name Dispute Resolution Poli...


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