Last month we reported that ICANN had informed the operator of the ‘.feedback’ TLD, Top Level Spectrum (TLS), that it was in breach of its registry agreement (RA), the first instance a registry has been found in breach of its ICANN compliance obligations as a result of a public interest commitment dispute resolution procedure (PICDRP) complaint. Jay Westerdal, CEO of ‘.feedback’, confirmed today that the registry has cured the breached and fired back at MarkMonitor, one of the parties to the PICDRP. In a letter sent to the company, obtained by World Trademark Review, he alleges that the PICDRP disclosed confidential information and gives MarkMonitor 30 days to cure that breach or face being de-accredited as a registrar for the string.

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