Casey Brown wrote: > From what Mike told me, it depends on how India works with foreign > trademarks, domain names, etc. It's hard for the Foundation to get > involved until there's some kind of organization or chapter setup in > India. It gets a lot more complex if the Foundation has to come in, > which is why it's best to work informally with the registrar/owners > first. > > Maybe you guys could try asking InRegistrar about this and see how far > that goes? Maybe they already have a process setup for this.
They have a published dispute resolution policy: http://www.registry.in/.IN%20Domain%20Name%20Dispute%20Resolution%20Policy%20(INDRP) The relevant clauses are 4 & 6, possibly 7. Is Wikipedia registered as a trademark in India? Reading clause 4, I'm not sure anyone except the holder of a trademark will be able to challenge a registration. Have a look at the decisions they've put up on the website. They complainant seems to have an Indian trademark or to have applied for one in most cases: http://www.registry.in/Dispute%20Case%20Decisions regards, Arvind _______________________________________________ Wikimediaindia-l mailing list Wikimediaindiaemail@example.com https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaindia-l