Do you manage your domain names as you would your intellectual property rights?
This is the concept of ‘corporate domain name management’.
‘Domain names’ are no longer merely a means of indicating your address on the Internet. Just like trademarks, they have source display, quality assurance and advertising functions that give them an important role to play in the cyber-market. But the growing importance of domain names and their rising value as intellectual property is encouraging an increasing number of cybersquatters seeking to exploit that value.
Following the adoption of a dispute resolution system by WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) and the amendment of the Unfair Competition Prevention Law, domain names are now considered to be intellectual property rights. As with other intellectual property rights, companies need to manage their domain names as business resources, through registration (or protection), maintenance and use, with the aims of preventing unauthorized use and avoiding infringement of the rights of third parties.
Please see here for more information regarding managemet services:
BRANTECT (Corporate Domain Management Service)