Domain Name Disputes Rose Significantly in 2006

Tue, 13 Mar 2007 16:49:00 EST

The National Arbitration Forum (NAF) found a 21% increase in the number of disputes in 2006 over the number in 2005. Most of these disputes had to do with the most popular top level domains (.com, .org, .net), handled under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). But what about the CDRP?

Neil Melliship had this to say:

"...the number of CDRP (Canadian Internet Registration Authority Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy) decisions in 2006 handled by all dispute resolution service providers involving the .ca country code top level domain actually fell from the number of such decisions in 2005, despite the continuing and increasing growth in the number of .ca domain name registrations."

Could this have something to do with the CDRP’s stricter WHOIS policy?

Read more at the Canadian Trademark Blog

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