Verizon Stockpiles Domains To Protect Its Name
- Verizon awarded $33M in 'cybersquatting' case. // Buffalo Law Journal;1/5/2009, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p13
The article reports on the $33.15 million award of Verizon Communications Inc. by a federal court in California in a cybersquatting case. Verizon states that OnlineNIC unlawfully registered domain names that were either identical to or confusingly similar to Verizon trademarks to attract Web...
- Teething problems for toddler telco. Neighly, Patrick // America's Network;06/01/2000, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p20
Focuses on the cease and desist order issued by Verizon against the editors of `2600: The Hacker Quarterly' magazine for registering the Internet domain www.verizonrealsucks.com. Details on the allegations; Information of the claims of Verizon under the Anticybersquatting Act; Reaction from the...
- DULY NOTED. // DM News;7/27/2009, p4
The article offers business news briefs. Verizon Wireless (Verizon) is changing its phone model distinctiveness clause and is allowing wireless carriers with lesser than 500,000 subscribers access to its phones. Nielsen Co. is expanding its online panel from 3,000 to over 30,000 Web sites on...
- DNSChanger Trojan: Help Is Available If You Got Hit. Rash, Wayne // eWeek;7/ 9/2012, p1
The article focuses on the services offered by various internet providers to help customers who have been affected by the DNS Changer Trojan computer virus. It states that Verizon will be providing procedures in July 2013 for customers to fix their computer problems. It says that Cox...
- Secure your domain name with a trademark. // Fairfield County Business Journal;05/01/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 18, p22
Reports on the use of trademarks to protect Internet domain names registered in the United States. Number of trademarks for domain names filed in 1998; Proposals to handle trademark disputes over domain names; Other ways to protect domain names.
- Preempting cyberhate. Mechanic, Michael // Mother Jones;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the registration of offensive domain names on the Internet in the United States. Jack Leaney's building of a site for gay men; Sue Beckwith's Dyke.com site.
- Correction. // Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture;Aug2004, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p4
Presents a correction on the Internet domain name of Taconic that was previously published in the July 2004 issue of the "Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture."
- Dot-Lib for Libraries--Can It Happen? Ask ICANN. Koehler, Wallace // Searcher;Apr2001, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p66
Focuses on the proposed .lib designation, a generic Top Level Domain, that meet the standards of libraries. Complexity in having the designation; Suggestion for a successful management of the .lib designation.
- INTERNET. // International Law Update;Feb2001, Vol. 7, p22
Reports on two German courts' opinions that acquisition of Internet domains using names of unrelated companies is improper since profit is the sole motive. Decisions of the State Supreme Court in Frankfurt/Main and the District Court Wiesbaden.