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International law on geographic names: context for ICANN policy-making

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Forrest, HA 2017 , 'International law on geographic names: context for ICANN policy-making', paper presented at the GNSO Subsequent Procedures PDP Webinar – Geographic Names, April 25, Online.

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Abstract

I Question: Do Governments Have Sovereign Rights In Geographic Names? II Question: Do Others Have Rights In Geographic Names? A Trademarks B Geographical Indications III Question: Is Use Of A Geographic Domain Name By Someone Other Than Government Inherently Unfairly Competitive Against Government? IV Question: In Conclusion, What Does International Law Mean For Dns Policy-Making, And Why Does International Law Matter At All?

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Authors/Creators:Forrest, HA
Keywords: internet, domain name, ICANN, geographic name, intellectual property
Journal or Publication Title: ICANN
Publisher: ICANN
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