UDRP reform plans criticised
Most speakers at a session on Icann’s Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) yesterday argued strongly against revisiting the system for resolving clashes between domain name registrants and trade mark owners
Although the pro-reform stance of academic Konstantinos
Komaitis was backed by some speakers from the floor, most of
the panel argued that the UDRP was predictable, generally fair
to both sides and should not be tampered with while new
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