To Each Country, Its Own Law and Domain: The Legal Structures of CcTLD's in Comparative Perspective

To Each Country, Its Own Law and Domain: The Legal Structures of CcTLD's in Comparative Perspective

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This dissertation stems from the need to expose disputes among domain names and trademarks that I experienced since 1992 during my 15 years as an intellectual property consultant in NIC-Mexico, an organization in charge of managing domain names ending in q.mxq. During this time, I was witness to the exponential increase in the use of domain names, originating from the advances in technology and electronic communications in general. In the particular case of Mexico with the signing of North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States and Canada that created a new international market where trademark protection and domain regulation became necessary.As a response to RFC 883, the ISOC created a new addressing language known today as the Domain Name System (DNS)64 ... (DNS) architecture in RFCs 882 and 883 while at the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) of the University of Southern California. ... Besides allowing simple domain names, DNS also routes mail, anbsp;...


Title:To Each Country, Its Own Law and Domain: The Legal Structures of CcTLD's in Comparative Perspective
Author: Arturo Azuara Flores
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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