Searching for Initial Interest Confusion im Trademark Protection in Cyberspace

David M. Fritch

Abstract


The modern Internet enables “millions of people to communicate with one another and to access vast amounts of information from around the world.”

1 Due to the enormous repository of information the Internet makes available online, some have compared the Internet to an immense “library with no card catalog.”2 While web users can generally access web sites directly with a domain name, the sheer size of the Internet makes it difficult for the average web surfer to locate the majority of web sites unless they know the web site address  beforehand.3

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5195/tlp.2006.24

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