Event brings together ICANN, IP interests and EFF.
American University will hold an event on Monday, February 25 to talk about Intellectual Property protection and new top level domain names.
Participants include representatives of ICANN, brand protection domain name registrars, universities and Electronic Frontier Foundation.
There will be two panels. The first will be about IP protection in new top level domains. The second is titled “Walled Gardens: Should gTLDs Become Private Platforms?”
Attendance is free but guests must register online. (Select event: 2019-02-25 – ICANN and New Top-Level Domains).
The event is sponsored by American University Washington College of Law, American University School of Communications, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, and Internet Governance Lab.