Telegram users will now be able to purchase usernames via The Open Network (TON) blockchain

After being sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Telegram platform has not given up its plans to … Continued

Complex disputes are not meant to be resolved through the UDRP procedure: the case of a conflict between a manufacturer and a former distributor

October 21, 2022, Laboratoires Sterop S.A. v. Belaid Louahrani, Laboratoires Sterop LLC, Case No. D2022-2828 (1)   In a decision … Continued

The emergence of domain names in the form of NFTs

Non-Fungible Tokens (“NFTs”) are units of digital data (tokens) stored in the blockchain that are not inherently interchangeable with other … Continued

The Culturespaces company must return the domain names and social network content to the city of Nîmes

On the 16th of May 2022, the Council of State (Conseil d’Etat) handed down a decision in its 7th and … Continued

The new convention between the French State and AFNIC comes into force on 1st July 2022

This agreement will set out AFNIC‘s work priorities for the years to come. One of the main aims is the … Continued

Second Life: the blurred line between intellectual property and virtual property

Second Life is a website in which Internet users pay, with real money, to meet virtual people, do virtual activities, and buy virtual property. Tens of millions of dollars have been spent on the website, demonstrating the possibility of making money from online communities.

Can an employer fire or not hire based on social media comments?

Can employers fire or not hire someone based on comments posted on Facebook, Twitter or other online social networks? There is no simple answer.