GDPR Versus UDRP

The Consequences of a ‘Dark’ WHOIS

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has caused domain name registrant contact details to be removed from the Whois records.

How would this impact online enforcement of intellectual property rights for those seeking to protect their intellectual property, prevent brand infringement, and protect customers from fraud.

Andrew Lothian and Tim Brown from the Com Laude team, two of the world’s foremost legal experts in brand infringement, explain how enforcement is still possible in this new era of the ‘dark’ Whois.

 

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