Computers Internet Domain Names Disputed Domain Names Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
Information regarding the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Official documents about and records of proceedings under the UDRP.
UDRP Opinion Guide
Diane Cabell summarizes the opininion of UDRP panelists on issues such as procedures, elements necessary to establish trademark rights, activities constituting "bad faith" and the nature of legitimate interests.
Wikipedia - Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy
UDRP article from the free encyclopedia.
WIPO panel consensus views on select UDRP questions of policy elements and procedure.
Why ICANN's Domain Dispute Rules are Flawed: Part I
"It is time to spell out exactly why this set of rules threatens to damage the very fabric of the Internet." [Register] (July 11, 2001)
Why ICANN's Domain Dispute Rules are Flawed: Part II
"We covered the first five of the ten main points in the first part. Here are the remaining four and a short piece on the future of UDRP." By Kieren McCarthy. [Register] (July 11, 2001)
WIPO Loads Dice in Domain Dispute Conference
"WIPO made sure its views on domain name disputes were made clear at an international meeting in Geneva on Monday by stacking pro-WIPO speakers against critics." By Kieren McCarthy. [Register] (February 22, 2001)
WIPO Domain Dispute Coup Continues
"WIPO has continued its march toward control of the domain dispute market, taking 68.5 per cent of all cases in November." By Kieren McCarthy. [Register] (June 12, 2000)
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