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gTLD TM protection policies take shape

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London

The final recommendations for protecting trade marks in new generic top-level domains are edging closer, but finer details still need work

Last October the Icann Board asked the Generic Names Support Organisation (GNSO) Council to review two recommendations made by the Implementation Recommendation Team (IRT) on trade mark protection in the new generic top-level domains.

The recommendations are for a trade...

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