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Anyone may now apply for ‘fundamental’ terms under ‘.fr’

07 JULY 2011

World Trademark Review Daily
On October 6 2010 the French Constitutional Court held that L45 of the French Posts and Electronic Communications Code, as well as the corresponding statutory instrument (Articles R20-45-34 ff of the code) were unconstitutional (for further details please see “Rules applicable to '.fr' domain names found to be unconstitutional”).


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