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Can you use a copyrighted word in a two-word
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Can you use a copyrighted word in a two-word hyphenated domain name without copyright infringement?
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(09-13-2019, 01:36 AM)Jani abhi Wrote:  Can you use a copyrighted word in a two-word hyphenated domain name without copyright infringement?

Copyright law generally do not provide protection to the word, title, phrases etc. Copyright is intended to protect works of creative authorship. Words, titles, phrases etc. can be protected under Trademark law. Therefore, the usage of word in two word hyphenated domain name may not fall under Copyright Infringement.

Brand name is appurtenant to the business and it is important to protect your brand name for long run in Business. Therefore, one should register their brand, names, Title, logo under Trademark. Usage of word in two word hyphenated domain name under Trademark can become a case of Trademark Infringement.

To protect your brand name, register it under trademark law. Get in touch with experts at LegalWiz.in at 1800 313 4151 or drop an e-mail at [email protected]
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