INTA study reveals cost of new gTLDs to brand owners as ICANN community wrestles with RPM review
At this week’s ICANN meeting in South Africa, the impact and effectiveness of new gTLD rights protection mechanisms has taken centre stage, with one participant voicing concerns that some trademark owners are over-reaching in sunrise applications. The flipside, of course, is that many see the need to implement proactive defensive registrations across a range of strings. Now, a new study from INTA reveals that member registrations in new TLDs have been “overwhelmingly made for defensive purposes”.
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