Groundbreaking typosquatting research reveals true scale of the problem 23 Feb 15
New research into typosquatting has highlighted the increasingly sophisticated methods that typosquatters are implementing to dupe users and revealed a number of trends that trademark counsel should pay heed to. World Trademark Review spoke with one of the co-authors of the study, Nick Nikiforakis, about the key takeaways for brand owners and whether registrars could do more to combat the problem.
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