German court rejects ICANN’s injunction request
In a ruling that leaves unanswered questions about right holders’ future ability to enforce online, ICANN’S request for a preliminary injunction to make one of its registrars collect data on new registrants has been denied
In a third ruling against ICANN by the German courts that
could raise concerns over the ability to enforce rights online,
the Appellate Court of Cologne has rejected a request for a
preliminary injunction against a domain name registrar
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