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Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) was laid down by ICANN at global level to cover main Domain Name extentions (TLDs) such as .Com, .Net, .Org, .Info, .Biz, etc in the year 1999.
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Domain Names do not have any specific law as such but it is basically covered as per general laws such as Law of Contract or Intellectual Property Right and even at local level, the Criminal Law and Information Technology Laws apply.
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The Domain Names not only provide a easy to remember address to the Domain Name owners but also Cyber Criminals are mindful of the manner in which they can exploit the same to make quick but illegal gains.
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UDRP Decision in – Importance of Jurisidiction

Zeca S.p.A. v. Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc. / Domain Vault LLC Disputed Domain [Case No. D2017-0158] 1) The Complainant was an Italian company which was founded approximately 60 years ago as a manufacturer of accessories and spare parts for motor vehicles. 2) The Complainant is the proprietor of a number of registered trademarks for […] saved in UDRP, Reverse Domain Name Hijacking held

In the UDRP matter of  Georg Mez AG v. Mez Kalra [Case No. D2016-1932], the Complainant Mr Georg Mez AG of Rotkreuz, Switzerland supplies industrial products relating to duct systems. He owns various registered trade marks for “MEZ” in various countries like Germany, USA and also in India. While the Respondent is Mr Mez Kalra of Nashik, India. The […]

UDRP Domain Dispute Decision –

WIPO Panel concludes Domain Trading in itself is not in bad faith unless Respondent, uses the Domain in a manner that infringes Trademark Rights of the Complainant. In a three panel decision, Domain name <> was declined to be transferred to the complainant for the lack of evidence provided by Complainant to prove the Bad […]