Don't thing but look: the practice of the UDRP manifest that it is procedurally unfair

Konstantinos Komaitis, Humphry Hung (Editor), Vincent Cho (Editor)

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Abstract

Over the past decade, electronic commerce has expanded and has provided new ways of conducting businesses in a brand new environment. Lately u-commerce seems to be pioneering the field of electronic transactions. Where 'u' stands for ubiquitous, unison, unique and universal, u-commerce offers the opportunity to users to conduct business everywhere and at any given moment in time. The simplicity of u-commerce transactions makes the issue of domain names more relevant than ever before. This chapter examines the procedural unfairness of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) in an effort to demonstrate that the 'regulatory' framework surrounding domain names does not respect their technological necessity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUbiquitous Commerce for Creating the Personalized Marketplace: Concept for Next Generation Adoption
Number of pages322
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • Electronic commerce
  • Universal commerce
  • Domain names
  • Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)

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    Komaitis, K., Hung, H. (Ed.), & Cho, V. (Ed.) (2008). Don't thing but look: the practice of the UDRP manifest that it is procedurally unfair. In Ubiquitous Commerce for Creating the Personalized Marketplace: Concept for Next Generation Adoption