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Can you afford not to have a new Generic Top Level Domain?

Can you afford not to have a new Generic Top Level Domain?
“.com”, the most common of the domain name suffixes (or “strings” as they are also known) was launched in January 1985, with other commonly used strings following closely behind such as “.co.uk” and “.org”. The introduction of gTLDs signifies an end to …
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Protecting brands in new generic top-level domains (gTLDs)

Protecting brands in new generic top-level domains (gTLDs)
These mechanisms are in addition to the dispute resolution process available under the UDRP. While the URS is cheaper than UDRP, its usefulness is somewhat limited because the remedy for a successful complainant is suspension of the domain name …
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