ICANN released a draft report on the efficacy of the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) and rights protection mechanisms (RPMs) yesterday. The study suggests that there is little evidence to support an expansion of RPMs – but the level of input from trademark owners, both in compiling the report and the TMCH itself, may lead to questions over the findings’ usefulness in ICANN’s future policymaking.

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