Category: Domain Names

Domain names versus trademarks


The nature of a trademark and the nature of a domain name are different, which is why it generates controversies. The registered trademark confers territorial rights limited by a certain class of the International Nomenclature, while the domain name does give its owner a cross-border right. In that sense, we ... Read More
The Pirate Bay


Background: Intellectual Property in Peru, as in most Latin American Countries, are regulated by two main Rights: Moral Rights and Economic Rights. Moral Rights are characterized by being inalienable, perpetual, imprescriptible and unseizable. On the other hand, Economic Rights are transferable and time limited. Within Moral Rights we have the right of ... Read More