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Domain Magistrate - Domain Magistrate
Tue, January 04 2000 | 8:08AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Domain magistrate is now policing that magical world of DNS entries. Highlights of the new dispute policy follow:
The new Policy is effective January 1, 2000. Under this new Policy, neutral and accredited dispute resolution service providers will resolve disputes. Here's how the new Policy differs from the old:
Under the new Policy, domain names will not be placed on "Hold."
The new Policy applies to all state and common law trademarks, as well as to nationally registered trademarks.
The new Policy allows complainants to include any domain name that is confusingly similar to their trademark - as well as identical to their trademark.
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