Dialmytrip’s Dilemma: MakeMyTrip’s Name Defense Holds Strong


Related: When it comes to online travel, names matter. A recent legal showdown between industry giants MakeMyTrip and Dialmytrip highlights the significance of brand identity in the digital realm. MakeMyTrip, a familiar name in the online travel business, raised concerns over the strikingly similar moniker of its competitor, Dialmytrip. The Delhi High Court weighed in on the matter, issuing a...

WalkMe’s Simple Solution to Spotting Phishing Attacks


Ever clicked on a link and wondered if you’ve wandered into the wild west of the internet? WalkMe, the tech wizards, have just patented a savvy method to help you distinguish between legit web pages and potential phishing traps. Behind the Scenes of WalkMe’s Shield: Think of the internet as a vast cityscape with various districts. Your email login page, for instance, is your neighborhood –...

In 10 years Verisign would have almost quadrupled your investments


Ever thought about what could happen to a modest $1000 investment over ten years? Well, consider Verisign – a quiet player in the digital landscape, dealing with domain names and investments in a way that’s more pragmatic than flashy. Verisign’s Essential Role in the Internet Landscape In the town of Reston, VA, Verisign quietly operates behind the scenes. Instead of dealing with...

Unlocking the Secrets: ICANN’s New Tool for Domain Data


ICANN has rolled out the Registration Data Request Service (RDRS). It is a secure gateway designed to handle requests for access to nonpublic registration data related to generic top-level domains (gTLDs). Sounds like a mouthful, right? Don’t worry; we’re here to break it down for you. Why the Change? Due to stringent personal data protection laws, many ICANN-accredited registrars are...

Temu vs. Trademark Trespassers: A Legal Victory in the E-Commerce Arena


In a recent legal showdown, Chinese e-commerce player Temu emerged victorious in its battle against website domains accused of treading on its trademarks. The US District Court for the District of Arizona ruled in favor of Temu in response to an emergency motion filed against the likes of and others. Temu’s Trademark Defense This legal saga began when Temu, the sibling company...

Why is Valeo accusing NVIDIA of code theft?


In a clash of technology titans, car tech firm Valeo has thrown down the legal gauntlet against Nvidia, alleging the clandestine theft of its tech secrets. The crux of the matter? A former Valeo software engineer, Mohammad Moniruzzaman, who, after bidding adieu to the German arm of the company, allegedly carted off a treasure trove of files and source code, only to land at Nvidia’s doorstep...

Forbes Impersonators Target BAYC Holders In Sneaky Scam


In the world of digital treasures known as NFTs, a new danger has emerged, especially for Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) holders. Imagine this: fake Forbes folks trying to distract during interviews not to get famous but to snatch your prized apes. The Sneaky Move: A Banana Request and a Digital Heist Plan NFT enthusiast ‘Crumz’ recently shared a troubling story about scammers pretending...

Brands in 2023: Apple’s Reign, Airbnb’s Soar, and Budweiser’s Fall


In the unpredictable world of brands, 2023 has been a rollercoaster ride. Buckle up as we take a spin through the highs, lows, and unexpected turns that defined the latest report from Interbrand’s Best Global Brands. The Need for Speed: Brand Growth in the Slow Lane 2022 was a year of foot on the brake for brand growth. The total value of the world’s top 100 brands increased by a mere...

How is Israel Countering the Narrative with Domain


In a twist that seems straight out of a cyber thriller, a mysterious website has surfaced on the internet, causing waves in the digital space., initially thought to be the official online haven for the notorious Hamas terrorist organization, has turned out to be an ingenious initiative by unknown Israeli entities. But what’s the motive behind this digital charade, and how is it...

Google Asked to Remove Domain Names Related to 5 Million Unique Entities


Recently, Google achieved a significant milestone in its ongoing struggle against online piracy. The tech giant received requests to take down domain names associated with a staggering 5 million unique entities. Let’s unravel the intricacies of this digital takedown, examining the who, the why, and the unexpected casualties caught in the crossfire. The Pirate Pursuit: At its peak, Google...

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