1. What is authoritative name server?

An authoritative name server is a name server that gives answers that have been configured by an original source, for example, the domain administrator or by dynamic DNS methods, in contrast to answers that were obtained via a regular DNS query to another name server. An authoritative-only name server only returns answers to queries about domain names that have been specifically configured by the administrator.

2. Can you explain what are the factors involved in guiding the panelists decisions?

- Panelists are very important people that take the decision on the cases and on the basis of criteria come up with the resolution.

- The UDRP policy is being contained and using the practical examples the disputes can be solved.

- The criteria required are as follows:

- The domain is identical to another domain or it is not clear for the trademark option or the service mark with which the complaint has been registered.

- The respondent of the domain has the rights to have the domain name and for that the offering of goods and services being provided to the respondents with the same name.

- The domain was registered and used in bad faith by other people or company or organization.

3. Do you know what is the purpose of Domain name space?

- ICANN also known as Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers provide tools to manage the hierarchy.

- The management of it includes the top level domains that are being developed or that are under process.

- The architecture of it is designed using the Internet domain name space as it allows the authorization to be done from the registrars.

- The Domain name space is required to allow the hosting of the files andeasy management through the portal.

- It allows a hierarchical relationship to be maintained and organized in the zones that are being served by the domain name servers.

4. What is the directory structure of the Domain names?

- Domain names are used as a networking concept with addressing and application purpose.

- The domain name is used to represent the Internet Protocol (IP) that provides the resources for the personal computer to allow the accessing of the internet.

- Domain names are represented from the subordinate level and also called as sub-domains that are under the root domain.

- There are three levels of domain names:

- Top level domains are used at the top of the hierarchy and provide a way down to the lowest level in the hierarchy.

- This consists of gTLDs are also known as generic top-level domains and used for very generic domain names like .com, .net and .org.

- This consists of ccTLD are also known as code top-level domains and used to provide code domains.

5. Can you explain what are the main function of domain names?

- Domain names provide an easy way to recognize and memorize the names using the numerically addressed Internet resources.

- It is used to address the Internet resources placed on internet or it provides and abstraction that allows the resources to be moved from one place to another in hierarchy.

- It provides a way to move the resources in a topological form and provide the translation to be done using the IP addresses and domain names.

- Domain names provide a way to the registrants to refer to the domain owners for their registration of the domain and have the ownership of it.

6. Explain what are the results of the procedures followed by UDRP?

- The result of the procedure follows the domain name to either transfer or the complaint is being denied.

- During the denying of the complaint the respondent is allowed to keep the domain name and can cancel the domain name.

- No monetary damage is being done on the basis of domain name disputes and no provision of injunctive relief is being provided.

- Domain name registrars provide a way to implement the decision in a duration of their time with their appeal in the court.

- The panel that will sit for the decisions will be of accredited registrars who will take the decisions on the basis of disputes.

7. Do you know how does WIPO ensure that there is no conflict of interest?

- WIPO provide a way to deal with the dispute by providing a dispute process and administrating it for any changes.

- The communication is being done between the different parties and it keeps several circumstances that provide the resolutions of disputes occurring.

- An appointment of the expert is being reviewed where the issue is being resolved by taking a decision by the expert.

- It involves the independent individuals that decides the cases for each of the individuals and considers the level of dispute.

- Panelists are used to confirm the WIPO dispute process so that certain actions can be taken on the part of the disputes.

8. Explain what is the purpose of WIPO providing a resolution service provider?

- WIPO's resolution service provides highly qualified group of teams and requires the administrative procedures.

- This involves the credibility of the WIPO to provide faster resolution of the problems that is being offered.

- The dispute resolution is being given at much faster pace in the courts and it allows the domain to file the case that is made with the online procedure.

- WIPO reduces the cost that is lower than the normal litigation and it provides help to solve certain disputes.

- Filing of the requirements is required to help reduce the costs and provide resolutions for the domain names that involve a single panelist with very less cost.

9. Tell me what are the ways to administer the cases under UDRP?

- UDRP is used to settle the disputes by providing the domain name service provider and it provides facilities for top level domains.

- The top level domains like .com, .net, and .org are the generic domains that consist of policies similar to the URDRP.

- WIPO provides a way to resolve the services for the country code top level domains and it works under the principle of UDRP.

- WIPO domain name process provides a way to address the disputes that is being raised by the protection identifiers other than the trademarks.

- It provides the geographical indications and monitors the overall activities like personal names, trade names or acronyms of international intergovernmental organizations.

10. Do you know how does UDRP function?

- A trademark holder is involved in the whole process that provides a domain name registration and works under UDRP system.

- The standard disputes are recorded and clauses are being made with terms and conditions using the gTLD domain name registration.

- UDRP allows the complaints to be filed with a resolution service provider and specifies the domain name for which the question is being raised.

- The grounds on which the resolution is being provided include the domain name to be identical or similar to the names of trademarks.

- The respondent is being given the chance to defend the case by putting the views on the allegations and provides a team to assist the respondent on this matter.

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