CHAPTER 5 QUESTIONS

1. How does a property right differ from a contract right?
2. What is typosquatting?
3. Describe "mousetrapping".
4. Describe "pagejacking".
5. What two things does the ACPA require a plaintiff to prove in a cybersquatting case?
6. When might cyberpoaching be illegal?
7. What are the requirements for a personal name to be registrable as a trademark?
8. Who administers the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy?
9. What are meta tags?
10. What is the test for nominative fair use?
11. What is keyword advertising?
12. Why do trademark owners seek to assert their rights to trademarked keywords?
13. Does a trademark owner offering to buy a domain name from a cybersquatter trigger the "bad faith" provision of the ACPA?
14. What is a negative keyword?

 

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