ARCHIVED — Trade-marks
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Proposed Order Amending Subsections 11.18(3) and (4) of the Trade-marks Act
Call for comments on proposals for privilege and self-regulation of patent and trade-mark agents
Industry Canada is seeking views on proposals made by the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada to grant privilege protection to and establish self-regulation for Canadian patent and trade-mark agents. Please consult the discussion paper and provide your comments no later than February 23, 2004.
Internet/electronic commerce activities and Trade-marks
In addition to domain names, there may be other particular Internet/electronic commerce activities, such as meta-tagging, framing and hyper-linking, that give rise to trade-marks law considerations. These issues are being explored domestically and internationally. See discussion concerning the WIPO SCT consideration of trade-marks and the Internet.