‘.feedback’ fires salvo over PICDRP complaint; threatens to “de-accredit” MarkMonitor as a registrar
Three weeks after being 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’, has fired back at MarkMonitor, one of the parties to the PICDRP. In a letter 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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