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|Title:||Trademark Issues in Digital Era|
|Keywords:||Digital era;Internet;Trademark issues;Infringement;Dilution;Domain name;Cybersquatting;Jurisdiction;Linking;Meta-tagging;Initial interest confusion;Banner advertising;Framing;Spamming;Phishing|
|Abstract:||The prime objective of this endeavour is to understand and analyse various issues with respect to trademarks, which have emerged as a result of the Internet or digital era. The scope of the paper is limited to various trademark issues only. The paper highlights various issues relating to trademark infringement with respect to different use on the Internet, starting from the issues related to domain name disputes, jurisdiction, linking, framing, meta-tagging or invisible use, banner advertising, spamming and phishing. The approach of various courts over such trademark issues in the digital era is also analysed in the paper.|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.13(2) [March 2008]|
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