RULES APPROVED FOR ASSIGNING AND REGISTRATION OF DOMAIN NAMES

Authors

  • Dr. Amjed Muflih Ghanem Alhamad

Abstract

This study aims at highlighting the approved rules related to the assigning and registration of domain names; the study explores the registration mechanism and conditions as the registration process may affect the intellectual property rights of others, especially the trademarks and tradenames, particularly when we know that there are some rules that are being developed in order to contribute to regulating the process of registering the domain names both at the national and global levels. The Study attempted to answer a question of paramount importance: "what are the controls of registering the domain names and what is the impact of such registration on the future of movement of technological development?" in addition, this Study reached some conclusions the most important of which state that the process of registering domain names is subject to the principle of first come, first served which gives priority of registration to the first comers. As for the recommendations of the Study, the most important recommendation of the Study is that the Jordanian legislator should interfere in developing explicit provisions to address the issue of domain names ownership, taking into account the particularity of this issue in the electronic environment.

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Published

2020-11-01

How to Cite

Dr. Amjed Muflih Ghanem Alhamad. (2020). RULES APPROVED FOR ASSIGNING AND REGISTRATION OF DOMAIN NAMES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 10279-10288. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2650