A Summary of Books relevant to the Domain Name Industry

The Domain Name Registration System: Liberalization, Consumer …

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Jenny Ng – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

113 See Nominet’s Domain Name Industry Report 2007 and 2008, http://www.nominet.org. uk/intelligence/industryreport/ (accessed on 30 June 2009). 114 Nominet Domain Name Industry Report 2010, http://www.nominet.org.uk/intelligence/ …

Domain 360: The Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Domain Names

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Peter Prestipino – 2016 – ‎Preview

The Fundamentals of Buying & Selling Domain Names Peter Prestipino … That’s likely one of the reasons Lau and the NamesCon team created its domain name industry event in the first place – to bring all the parties who have an interest. One of his first bought domains was – DemirLeather.com.au

International Domain Name Law: ICANN and the UDRP – Page viii

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David Lindsay – 2007 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

registered holder of a disputed domain name under the UDRP are covered in Chapters 5 to 7 respectively. … Secondly, recent years have seen a boom in the domain name industrythat is comparable to the domain name ‘gold rush’ of the late …

CourseSmart International E-Book for Modern Principles of Economics

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Tyler Cowen, ‎Alex Tabarrok – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

The domain name industry, therefore, can expand without pushing up the prices of its major inputs and thus without raising its own costs. An industry that can expand or contract without changing the prices of its inputs is called a constant cost …

Modern Principles of Microeconomics – Page 209

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Tyler Cowen, ‎Alex Tabarrok – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

The domain name industry, therefore, can expand without pushing up the prices of its major inputs and thus without raising its own costs. An industry that can expand or contract without changing the prices of its inputs is called a constant cost …

Modern Principles of Economics – Page 209

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Tyler Cowen, ‎Alex Tabarrok – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

The domain name industry, therefore, can expand without pushing up the prices of its major inputs and thus without raising its own costs. An industry that can expand or contract without changing the prices of its inputs is called a constant cost …

Intellectual Property in the Food Technology Industry: Protecting …

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Ryan W O#Donnell, ‎John J. O#Malley, ‎Randolph J. Huis – 2008 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

In registering a domain name as a trademark, the top-level domain (TLD) and subdomain (e.g., www.) … Example: Tastewell Industries has two domain names which it uses to advertise its new mango flavored cheese product sold under the …

The Current State of Domain Name Regulation: Domain Names as Second …

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Konstantinos Komaitis – 2010 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Domain Names as Second Class Citizens in a Mark-Dominated World Konstantinos Komaitis … been responsible for the creation of domain name auction houses and, generally, the establishment of a very profitable domain name industry.

Legal Battles that Shaped the Computer Industry – Page 137

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Lawrence D. Graham – 1999 – ‎Preview

DOMAIN NAMES AND THE COMPUTER INDUSTRY In an effort to reduce some of the disputes involving domain name “warehousers,” NSI enacted rules limiting applicants to a single domain name and charging a $100 registration fee.

Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System and Internet Navigation

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Committee on Internet Navigation and the Domain Name System: Technical Alternatives and Policy Implications, ‎Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, ‎Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences – 2005 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

The Domain Name System and Internet Navigation Committee on Internet Navigation and the Domain Name System: Technical … 36 The association would be the vehicle for developing and promulgating industry-wide practices and policies.

Domain Investment Philosophy

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Stanley King – 2015 – ‎Preview

There are a few domain name websites and blogs which I’d recommend using on a daily basis to make sure you keep up to date with … Firstly, Domaining.com – a news aggregator showing the latest blog posts from various industry websites.

Making Money From Domain Names – The Domain Flipper’s Bible

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This report is intended to provide a working overview of the domain name industry as my wife and I have participated in it for a decade. Spend some time learning from it, and you may be surprised at how much fun it can be to make money …

Law of the Internet – Page 8-21

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George B. Delta, ‎Jeffrey H. Matsuura – 2008 – ‎Preview

Highly visible examples include litigation over domain names, including www.newyorkyankees.com and www.nfltoday.com.67 Other … Roland G. Buck, Verizon Awarded $33.2 M in Domain Name Dispute, Domain Name Industry News, Dec.

Domain Name Law and Practice: An International Handbook

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Torsten Bettinger, ‎Allegra Waddell – 2014 – ‎No preview – ‎More editions

An established authority for lawyers seeking to advise on or enforce their clients’ rights within the domain name system, Domain Name Law and Practice, in its second edition, provides comprehensive, reliable analysis, fully updated to cover …

Governing Global Electronic Networks: International Perspectives on …

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William J. Drake, ‎Ernest J. Wilson – 2008 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

For example, it caps the price of domain name registrations at the wholesale level. ICANN also regulates the market structure of the domain name industry by preventing generic TLD (gTLD) registries from selling registrations directly to end …

The Geography of the Internet Industry: Venture Capital, Dot-coms, …

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Matthew Zook – 2008 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

ticular domain names varies dramatically.4 The domain name yahoo.com is certainly a much more important site for … Nevertheless, the use of total number of domain names is a cruder indicator of the Internet industry than is desirable.

The Website Manager’s Handbook – Page 254

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Shane Diffily – 2006 – ‎Preview

.travel: This is proposed for use in the travel industry. • .post: This is proposed for use in … .tel: This is proposed to allow telecommunications companies to register telephone numbers as domain names. Submissions for additional Top Level …

Protecting Your Company’s Intellectual Property: A Practical Guide …

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Deborah E. Bouchoux – 2006 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

There are two parts to a domain name: the generic top-level domain (the portion to the right of a period, such as com or … to foster competition in the lucrative business of registering domain names and to oversee the domain name industry.

Network World – 17 Dec 2001 – Page 13

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Vol. 18, No. 51 – ‎Magazine – ‎Full view

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which oversees the domain name system, has held off most … These Asian language problems stem from Unicode, a computer industry standard for representing language …

The Law and Practice of Trademark Transactions: A Global and Local …

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Irene Calboli, ‎Jacques de Werra – 2016 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

4.01 4 THE COMPLEXITIES OF DOMAIN NAMES TRANSACTIONS: CONTRACTS FOR A MARKET WHERE VALUE … 1 VERISIGN, THE DOMAIN NAME INDUSTRY BRIEF, 11 THE VERISIGN DOMAIN REPORT 4 (2015), available 14 …

Internet Governance: Infrastructure and Institutions – Page 202

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Lee A. Bygrave, ‎Jon Bing – 2009 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Introduction Internet governance within the United Kingdom has traditionally been in the hands of the private sector, with the government taking an interested, but mainly ‘hands-off’ approach. This is particularly true of the Domain Name …

Play with Html

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If you want to register a domain name, here’s what you need to do. … You can find some tips on choosing a good domain name from my article, Tips on Choosing a Domain Name, There’s more to … Note that the domain name industry is highly …

To Each Country, Its Own Law and Domain: The Legal Structures of …

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2008 – ‎Preview

registration is made in order to sue a website operator who is using the mark as a domain name; 3) “domain hijacking” is where a … Many people were engaged in such silly activity and so create a great bang in the domain name industry.

The Report: Dubai 2007 – Page 186

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AL GHANIM: Within the TRA’s scheduled strategy is the launch of the .ae Domain Administration (.aeDA) which will become the definitive and authoritative resource for all facets of the domain name industry in the UAE. The TRA established …

Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance

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Milton L. Mueller – 2010 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Also, since 2004 some member states have been pushing the ITU to either replace or supplement the transnational ODii-based address management regime with nation-state based Internet registries.25 Domain Name Industry Regulation In …

The Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court – Page 227

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David Shultz – 2005 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

It is unquestionable that in a very brief period of time, Internet companies have carved out a distinct sector in both national … To oversee the domain name industry, Congress created the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers …

Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace

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Preview

The judge in the Image Online case displayed ignorance of the domain name industry and the workings of the DNS protocol. His comments reveal that he did not understand the economic relationship between a registry and a registrar.

The New Music Industry: How to Use the Power of the Internet to …

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Ty Cohen – 2005 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

You don’t have to have your “dot com” name registered to get a website, but it goes a very long way to give you a professional edge. Having your own domain name means that you’re serious enough to invest in your band. Plus, the URL will …

E-commerce and Development Report 2002 – Page 36

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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development – 2002 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Chart 5 Share of total domain name registrations LJ Melbourne IT f» Register.com litigation). The UDRP itself … The initial “boom” period for the domain name industry, which we have witnessed over the last five years, may now be waning.

New Domain Domination Plan: Everything you need to know to leverage …

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Noah Daniels – 2014 – ‎Preview

New domain extensions such as .web, .guru and .photography are now available and more are being released all the time.