The limits of "rights" in a personal name and the boundaries of the UDRP

International

A recent decision under the UDRP concerning the domain name ‘eladeden.com’ illustrates the limits of “rights” in a personal name, which do not constitute trademark rights per se, as well as the boundaries of the UDRP, which is intended to deal with clear-cut cases of cybersquatting.

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