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domain name

The alphanumeric designation for a particular web server, which allows it to be identified on the Internet. For example, “http://www.fda.gov/” names the World Wide Web (www) server for the Food and Drug Administration, which is a government (.gov) entity.

domain name

Informatics The unique “address” name that identifies an Internet site. See IP Number.
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In 2018, cases heard by WIPO included a dispute over a series of domain names registered that included the name Travelex.
.id Domain Names have implemented the infrastructure for the protection of personal data, especially those that refer to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
However, paying off a domain squatter to release a domain name is akin to paying off a hostage-taker in exchange for the life of a child.
Accordingly, plaintiff is the rightful owner of the domain name defendant and the associated trademark.
Huynh Ngoc Duy, CEO of Mat Bao Corporation, the official domain name registrar of ICANN and VNNIC (Viet Nam Internet Network Information Centre), said: 'Many new domain name providers have contacted Mat Bao to bring their new domain names into Vietnam.
New .com and .net domain name registrations totaled 9.2 million during the second quarter of 2017.
First, when a trademark owner launches a new generic top-level domain, the clearing house grants it priority to register the corresponding domain name (for example, when .shoes is launched, Nike would have priority to register the domain name nike.shoes).
The council said that it has the trademark RCTCBC.GOV.UK and that it has registered multiple domain names for its various departments using the letters RCT to promote services and events across the region.
The transaction included approximately 200,000 domain names and was completed for USD 28.1m in cash with additional earn out considerations.
Cybersquatters are particularly adept at mining the value of trademarks as used in domain names. In such cases, rather than turning a quick buck by on-selling domain names incorporating trademarks at a ransom, cybersquatters are in it for the long haul with the gems, which could potentially make exponential gains due to the inherent trademark value of the domain name.
Officials at TRA also accredited Oman Data Park as the fourth domain name registrar.