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  1. Arti says:

    Not every domain name will qualify for trademark protection. The use of common or generic names will not usually meet the criteria of a trademark. A trademark is a name, symbol, logo, or other device used to identify and distinguish a product or service from other competitors. Because a domain name must be unique, it’s only available to one user. The availability of a domain name can be determined by searching the website of an ICANN approved online registrar of domain names. ICANN provides a list of approved registrars. Once registered, the domain name owner has the exclusive right to use the domain address, but this right alone does not prohibit others from using the name for a business or product. Once registered, the domain name owner has the exclusive rig

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