Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Wednesday: the new gTLD info of the day

Wich protection for acronyms?
Acronyms can be considered by panels dealing with objection procedures, insofar as a likelihood of confusion exists between the concerned acronym, its meaning and the string proposed within the disputed new gTLD application.
http://www.philippelaw.eu/Front/c2-760/NewsDetails.aspx?News=427

Year-End Stats and 2016 Predictions
DomainIncvesting reached out to .Club CMO Jeff Sass and I asked him for some predictions for 2016. Here are some of his thoughts.
http://www.domaininvesting.com/club-shares-year-end-stats-2016-predictions/

Data points from domain name dispute filings at WIPO last year
At 62 disputed domain names, .xyz represented the new gTLD that appeared most often in a UDRP complaint. (The .xyz domain became popular because of an early free-registration program, and Google’s new parent company, Alphabet, brought attention to it by registering abc.xyz.)
http://www.gigalaw.com/2016/01/13/wipo-udrp-2015/

Birthplace of the World Wide Web CERN Launches home.cern
As many internet industry participants would be aware, the development of the World Wide Web is attributed to a project team at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, commonly known as CERN.
http://www.circleid.com/posts/20160111_birthplace_of_the_world_wide_web_cern_launches_homecern/

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