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From: David Goldstein <goldstein_david§yahoo.com.au>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 23:24:43 +1100 (EST)
Verisign To Launch 'Recycled' Domain Name Business
With the market for Internet addresses continuing to shrink, powerful
domain-name registry Verisign is planning to launch a service that
would effectively allow it to collect multiple fees for some of the
most-attractive monikers.  
 http://www.washtech.com/news/software/14445-1.html
 http://www.newsbytes.com/news/02/173368.html

Last Stand of Oz Domain Fight 
It might be described as the last stand of an Internet volunteer
against the advance of 21st century technocrats -- the swan song of a
beard against the suits. 
In one corner sits reclusive, volunteer Australian-network programmer
Robert Elz, who communicates only selectively with the outside world
by e-mail and avoids being photographed. In the other sits a
fledgling Australian national Internet managerial organization known
as "auDA." 
 http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,48973,00.html
 
Internet naming regulators tackle domain names with non-Latin
characters 
The International Telecommunication Union (UIT) and the World
Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) have agreed to cooperate on
the problems posed by the growing number of multilingual domain
names.
 http://www.nandotimes.com/technology/story/209411p-2020746c.html

2001: The low-down on domain name disputes
Domain name disputes are almost as old as the domain name system
itself. And the number of disputes will only increase as the Internet
continues to grow. Find out how to exercise your rights online 
If someone has registered a domain name that you feel should belong
to you, there are ways to get it back. But be warned; it costs money,
and the burden is on you to satisfy an arbitration panel that the
domain name should be transferred to you. Domain name registrars will
not cancel a domain name or transfer it to you just because you ask
them to, however hard you push. 
 http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t269-s2101752,00.html

From BNA Internet Law News
2600 WINS ONE -- CAN KEEP F**KGENERALMOTORS.COM FOR NOW
A federal court judge in New Jersey has refused to issue
injunction against the Eric Corley and 2600 magazine over
the ownership of the domain f**kgeneralmotors.com, which was
linking to Ford Motor's site (now links to both the Ford
site and a Ford sucks site).  Decision at
http://www.mied.uscourts.gov/_opinions/Clelandpdf/RHC01-71685.PDF

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