Cybersquatting

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  • Cyber And Or Internet Laws

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    Cyber and/ or Internet Laws Cyber Law is the law that regulates the internet. Meaning, laws or a specific law connected to the internet and/ or computer crimes. Two emerging trends and legal issues involving cyber law are E-mail contracts, and cybersquatting. There are many more cyber laws, but we will just discuss these two today. “E-mail contracts are contracts completed using e-mail. E-mail contracts are enforceable as long as they meet the requirements necessary to form a traditional contract

  • Case Analysis : Hawaiian Telephone Co. V. Microform Data Systems, Inc.

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    Case citation: Hawaiian Telephone Co. v. Microform Data Systems, Inc. 829 F.2d 919. Facts: Microform Data Systems, Inc. is appealing to the district court’s judgment in favor of Hawaiian Telephone company in HT’s breach of action. In 1978, Microform Data got into a contract with HT, to manufacture and install an assistance system that would handle 15000 calls per hour. The contract called for installation by mid-February, 1979.Microform was not able to meet the deadline and it was then known that

  • Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy

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    system for domain name disputes and is commonly referred to as the ICANN Policy. This Policy possesses the advantages of being quicker and more cost effective. ICANN was formed in 1999 with the one of its objectives is to deal with the problem of cybersquatting in a comprehensive manner outside the judicial system. Therefore, WIPO’s Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy was adopted by ICANN on 24th October, 1999. To bring a dispute under the UDRP, certain general requirements must be met. First, the challenged

  • Fraud In The Sports Industry

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    As early as I can remember I have always been fascinated by sports. Growing up in Bronx, New York permitted me to have amazing access to a host of professional sports teams. From the rivalry of the New York Yankees commonly referenced as the Bronx Bombers with their cross-town counterparts the New York Mets. The city also plays host to the New York Giants and New York Jets (who technically reside in New Jersey), the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, and New

  • The hCentive Company

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    1. Introduction The hCentive Background Information The hCentive company was formed three friends Tarun Upadhyay, Manoj Agarwala, Sanjay Singh who had founded a previous product development company with more than 6,000 employees, called GlobalLogic. The Hcentive Company was formed after a need that not being catered for was identified in the healthcare market and Tarun Upadhyay, Manoj Agarwala; Sanjay Singh decided to strike out on their own again. The hCentive company provides cloud-based, healthcare

  • J. Gallo Winery V. Spider Webs Ltd

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    VI. Statutory damages: Damages that are award based on a degree of harm. VII. Good will: the reputation of an organization. B. Application: I. Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act: Spider Web violated the act when they refused to release the domain name that was tied to Gallo’s good will. II. Trademark Infringement: Spider Web had the domain name “ernestandjuliogallo.com” which was tied to Gallo’s

  • Expansion Of Top Level Domain

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    IST 618 Information Policy Debate Notes Expansion of Top Level Domain AGAINST THE MOTION Aman Shrimal Expansion of domain name for the benefit of users and companies as proposed by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has many major flaws. According to Association of National Advertisers: ICANN’s proposed program for increasing competition, promoting, innovation, addressing an alleged shortage of Internet addresses and helping differentiate products and services –

  • Law/421 Final Essay

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    LAW/421 Final Exam – 2013 GRADE WAS 28/30 1) Which of the following does not result in a decision rendered by the hearing officer? B. Mediation 2) Jurisprudence is defined as C. the science and philosophy of law 3) The state of Kansas has enacted a new law requiring all commercial trucks driving on Kansas roads to have special mud flaps installed. These mud flaps have been proven to make driving in the rain significantly safer due to reduced mist created by trucks driving in the

  • PETA Case Study

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    With the growth and development of the new media some moral and ethical conflicts appear. One example is the case study ‘A parody of PETA’. PETA stands for ‘People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ and is a nonprofit organization that dedicates to promote animal rights and to stop the use of animal products worldwide (PETA, 2015). The organization is against eating meat, wearing leather and fur and to conduct experiments on animals. PETA represents a quite radical point of view and gets a lot

  • Bell Corp. Doctrine Of Implied

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    WRENCH LLC. v. TACO BELL CORP. Doctrine of implied in fact contract: This consists of obligations arising from a mutual agreement and intent to promise where the agreement and promise have not been expressed in words. Such contracts are implied from facts and circumstances showing a mutual intent to contract, and may arise by the conduct of the parties. In this case Taco Bell had stolen the idea of Thomas Rinks and Joseph Shields and gave them the idea that Taco Bell will be hiring them for doing

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