ON THE POSSIBLE ABUSE OF THE DOMAIN NAME
We have registered the domain .lt with the suffix. A few weeks later, I received an email from gmail offering to buy the same domain, with the suffix .eu. And if I don’t buy, my domain will be sold to others who trade in accessories and I’m likely to lose customers. Are such actions lawful? I just didn’t think of buying a .eu suffix for the same domain.
Please note that domains are not protected and your third-party domain can be purchased by any third party. You are also not restricted in your right to purchase .eu, .com or other domains, except in certain countries, where only nationals of that country are allowed to purchase the domain. This is legal and does not violate any laws.
In case you trade in accessories and have a specific brand, we suggest you consider registering a trademark. In this case, third parties would not be able to use your trademark, and any use would be considered illegal.
Please note that this is a general consultation, we suggest you consult a lawyer for more detailed information.
Entertainment show how to protect her idea?
I have been working in the entertainment world for many years, having graduated from US Entertainment Management. I participate in and am interested in many shows and have come up with good content for the show - an idea I would like to sell to our TV or foreign channels. But how can I protect the idea of the show itself, because if I tell it in detail, it can be appropriated?
Research laboratory in foreign countries
We plan to rent a research lab abroad that has the resources we need. There, we plan to create and test our potentially new prototype and patent the invention. How to protect against potential risks and what you need to know?
INTERNET SHOPPING AND DATA COLLECTION
When making a purchase on the website I was asked to fill in the details related to my home address, although I chose delivery via post office. Is it so legal to collect e. business data because it's really redundant information?
APPOINTMENT OF THE DPO (DATA PROTECTION OFFICER)
What kind of companies need to have a DPO? Suppose we are looking for a new accounting firm.