Data protection : what are today’s real issues?

  Consumers are now demanding more privacy and security in t he processing of their personal data. What are the … Continued

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation adopted Resolution No. 10/2019 and thus provided welcome clarifications on domain names

On April 23rd 2019, the Russian Supreme Court adopted Resolution No. 10/2019, which clarified the provisions of Part 4 of … Continued

RDAP replaces WHOIS

The WHOIS protocol now appears to be outdated due to the evolution of technical requirements in the digital era. Indeed, … Continued

The EU cybersecurity certification Framework

Cyber-attacks are on the rise, and they are becoming more sophisticated. Our current business model is globally interconnected; commercial transactions … Continued

The « Copyright in the Digital Single Market » Directive: transposition is on the way!

Protecting authors’ rights is a necessity in the digital age, as information flows more and more easily. That is why … Continued

No exclusive right on the image of property.

The image of property cannot be subjected to an exclusive right. This is also valid for public domain properties, as … Continued

Extension of the contract between the EURid and the European Commission: the Brexit influence

On March 29, 2019, the registry in charge of <.eu> domain names (EURid) announced the extension of its contract with … Continued

Singapore 2011 : Icann launches the new gTLDs

On 20 June 2011 at the Singapore conference, Icann’s Board of Directors voted at a large majority in favour of the launch of the new gTLDs

The low down on .xxx domain names: what strategy should trade mark owners adopt?

On 31 March 2011, Icann and ICM Registry entered into a registry agreement in relation to the top level domain (TLD) .xxx, putting an end to a saga which has lasted several years…

Introduction of trade mark opposition proceedings in Italy as from 01 July 2011

As from 01 July 2011, it will be possible for trade mark owners to file oppositions in Italy.