Effective date : FIELD: computers. SUBSTANCE: method includes detection of connection of user computer to Web-site of sub-domain on national language and selects service of registration of domain name on national language, performing software extension for automated forming of combination of symbols of English alphabet, matching domain name, based on national language, determining, whether such combination of English symbols was registered before as existing domain name, and, if not, then it is registered as domain name.
оссийский доменный спор закончился победой Swatch и в федеральном окружном суде
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In a decision of 23 May , the Federal Arbitrazh Court of the Moscow Circuit confirmed the position previously taken by the Tenth Arbitrazh Appellate Court and by the Court of the Region of Moscow in respect of the domain name swatch. According to the Federal Court, the registrant of swatch. Russian legislation allows owners of well known brands to protect their rights also in the Internet. More and more courts in the Russian Federation agree to this point of view. It is a policy of Swatch not to tolerate cybersquatting of its trademarks and to take legal action against all third parties that infringe Swatch trademarks by using them for domain registrations. Only few months after the first bio-sourced Swatch launched in September , here comes a new and unique mix of ceramic and bio-sourced plastic — made by Swatch. The watches will be available at Swatch stores worldwide and swatch. The assortment features six….
The Russian alphabet internationalized country code is. Control of. The creation of. According to the agreement, administrative and technical support responsibilities for the. The ccTLD is developing rapidly under self-regulation. Subsequently, in , a new system of domain name registration for. It was a distributed system of second-level domain name registrations in. The accredited registrars provide domain name registration and support services on a "first come, first served" basis to end-users. The current distributed registration system was first tested in and subsequently implemented in Although direct registration of second-level domains is widespread, there are a number of second-level domains designated for third-level domain name registrations depending on organizational type and geographic location.