ccTLDs prove troublesome for rights holders

ICANN's administration of country-code top-level domains (ccTLDs) continues
to be under pressure from ccTLD owners. As the differing interests of
the two camps diverge, it remains to be seen whether ICANN's control
will diminish, further complicating an already complex arena for trademark owners. Douglas Wood of Hall Dickler Kent Goldstein
& Wood explains the evolution of this controversy and highlights some of
the challenges ahead.

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