Seizing your domain name rights
The new system of resolving domain name disputes in Hong Kong is a great improvement on the old method. Domain name owners can now make use of a quicker and cheaper way to assert their rights, explain Christopher Tung and Minny Siu
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) was
appointed on June 1 2001 by the Hong Kong Domain Name Registration
Company Limited (HKDNR), the body responsible for the
administration of internet domain names under .hk country-code
top-level domain, as the sole provider of dispute...
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