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CITMA Lecture – London

April 2019

Event date: 30th April 2019

HGF Senior Trade Mark Attorney Lauren Somers will be discussing one of the less publicised effects of the GDPR: the WHOIS blackout at the upcoming CITMA lunchtime lecture Tuesday 30th April 2019.

How have the recent changes in WHOIS disclosure had an impact on domain name disputes?

Lauren Somers will be discussing one of the less publicised effects of the GDPR: the WHOIS blackout at the very first CITMA lunchtime lecture in London.

In the one hour lecture Lauren considers the practical implications of the lack of registrant data pre-filing UDRP complaints.

She will also discuss different ways to extract data, privacy shields, and the proposed accreditation system that would give representatives access to registrant data.

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