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The Academy of Motion Pictures dropped its pending lawsuit against Network Solutions for registering domain names that play off the popular terms ‘Academy Awards’ and ‘Oscar’. During the case, Network Solutions argued that they are not required by law to screen domain registrations for potential trademark infringement. The ruling stated that “the mere registration of [...] Continue reading
Eugene Kashpureff said ‘forget it’ to the Canadian system when he was granted the right to oppose his extradition. Instead, he should be in the hands of the FBI by Friday. Once back in the US, Kashpureff will face wire and computer fraud charges after hijacking the site visitors of InterNIC (Network Solution’s [...] Continue reading
As the impending end of Network Solution’s monopoly on the domain registration market looms near, the company is scurrying to save whatever business they can by making their site easier to use and improving their billing system, and making their services and site more competitive. [...] Continue reading
HERNDON, Va., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/— Network Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: NSOL) today announced the completion of one of the world’s largest Internet-based transaction billing systems. The new system provides for the reliability and scalability required to better manage Network Solutions’ rapidly growing worldwide Internet domain name registration services in the .com, .net, .org and [...] Continue reading
In a recent ruling from the Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals, someone publishing a website from Florida may not be called to Arizona for a trademark infringement trial. The case involved two consulting companies, both calling themselves “Cybersell”. One owned the domain name CyberSell.com, while the other wanted it. [...] Continue reading