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  • .Sucks registry unconcerned with criticisms

    Vox Populi, the company behind the .sucks gTLD, told Managing IP that they wanted to start a conversation and indeed they’ve done that, this time at the United States Congress

  • San Diego Annual Meeting breaks records

    The number of trademark professionals registered to attend this year’s Annual Meeting in San Diego topped 9,915 at 5pm yesterday, making it the largest INTA Annual Meeting to date.

  • Meet Twitter’s first trademark counsel

    California-based Twitter faces unique trademark challenges in its role as an online social network. Stephen Coates explains his role as the company’s first trademark counsel.

  • Don’t be afraid of ICANN's Intellectual Property Constituency

    If you would like to join ICANN’s nearly 400-member Intellectual Property Constituency but are concerned that it might be too technical or that you will be overwhelmed by material then Gregory Shatan of Abelman, Frayne & Schwab, President of the IPC is keen to reassure you.

  • Unreal accelerates counterfeiting awareness campaign

    In 2012, INTA launched the Unreal Campaign to raise awareness with teenagers (14-18 years old) about the dangers of counterfeiting and the importance of trademarks.

  • INTA Internet Committee welcomes you

    INTA’s Internet Committee will open its doors to all INTA Annual Meeting registrants during an unprecedented open full committee meeting today from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm in Room 25AB. The meeting is designed to engage all members who are interested in Internet issues, but may not know where to start.

  • Trademarks in the new mobile world

    The mobile revolution has played a big role in internationalizing trademark practice. Peter Leung asks: what can you do to help your clients adapt to this new world?

  • Fair use in a digital age

    The concept of fair use is not a new one, but some companies with business models built on the mobile Internet are adopting more relaxed approaches to the use of their marks.

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