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Delegates meet in attempt to resolve domain name dispute


A conference organised by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) is taking place in Geneva with international internet experts in attendance in an attempt to discuss the problems that have erupted around the registration of internet domain names.

WIPO first published a report around two years ago and have had to deal with over 2,000 disputes of which they say they have resolved around 70%.

The problem at present is that they are trying to draw up international guidelines to try and prevent the abuse of country code e.g. UK and generic internet names such as com, as every country has different regulations.

The aim of this conference is to try and publish a voluntary code of practice which aims to tackle the problems of country code name domains.


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