On today’s Internet Law Talk podcast on BlogTalkRadio, we discussed the role of the UDRP in the new gTLD space. New gTLDs are, of course, global Top-Level Domains, the things to the right of the “Dot” when you’re typing an internet address. Dot-Com is the most well known TLD, but there are others.
With hundreds of new gTLDs coming later in 2013, we have to ask – what is the role of the domain dispute arbitration procedure known as UDRP?
- Will the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) play an important role in the New gTLD space?
- What other protections will be considered or available to brand owners to protect against cyber-squatters as a result of the New gTLD space?
- What is the Uniform Rapid Suspension System (“URS”)?
- Why should the UDRP continue to be a significant rights protection mechanism for brand owners?
Listen into our show, and let us know what you think. The audio is slightly crunch for the first 30 seconds after the intro, please bear with us.
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