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“Should’ve, Would’ve, Could’ve” – The US doctrine of “Constructive Notice” in Domain Disputes Today
Fri, 14 Jul 2017 15:04:22 GMT
The notion of constructive notice derives from US trademark law, specifically §1072 (Section 22 of the Lanham Act). In essence, as soon as someone has registered rights in and to a particular word, phrase or logo, the rights will be in the public domain, and everyone from the US is deemed to have notice of […]
"Cybersquatting is the practice of registering a domain name or group of domains that leverages a branded trademark, and then using the domain(s) either directly or indirectly in bad faith. In most cases, the goal of a cybersquatter is to profit from..."
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