International Domain Name Law: Icann and the Udrp (英語) ハードカバー – 2007/12
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The Domain Name System (DNS), which matches computer addresses to human-friendly domain names, has given rise to many legal issues. Two important issues are the institutional arrangements for governing the DNS and the use of trade marks as domain names. This book is the first complete statement of this rapidly-evolving area of the law. In particular, the book includes a comprehensive statement of decisions under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), the international system for resolving disputes between trade mark owners and domain name registrants. In this path-breaking work, the author examines the extent to which principles of national trade mark law have been used in UDRP decisions.
...comprehensive and detailed and includes valuable information on the evolution of the DNS and the UDRP. In particular, the author has successfully undertaken the daunting task of reading, analysing and systematising vast numbers of the ever-increasing and sometimes divergent UDRP decisions to produce a welcome and exhaustive text on the principles that apply to domain name disputes under the UDRP. The book is thus an invaluable resource for all those interested or involved in the DNS or domain name disputes under the UDRP or domain name disputes in those country code TLDs that have adopted the UDRP or a modified version of the UDRP which includes Australia...it is difficult to envisage a situation that would not be covered by this exceptionally detailed account of the UDRP and the UDRP decisions up to the end of February 2007. Janice Luck Australian Intellectual Property Journal Vol 19, 2008 ...there is much in the book that both specialists and less well-informed readers will find useful. Journal of the Commonwealth Lawyers' Association Vol. 17, No. 3, December 08 This book, designed as a reference work for practitioners, academics and policy-makers, provides a comprehensive statement of the issues that have arisen in the interpretation and application of the UDRP...Lawyers practising in this area of the law will certainly find this edition a worthwhile investment. Sharon Givoni Internet Law Bulletin Volume 11, Number 2, May 2008商品の説明をすべて表示する