Libyan flag.pngIPNews® – Libya does not have valid, protectable trademarks for the names of its embassy, a District of Columbia federal judge ruled last week, foreclosing on the nation’s challenge to an individual’s registration of domain names using the terms “Libyan Embassy” and “Embassy of Libya.”

The individual, Ahmad Miski, works as a third party expeditor for the Libyan government’s official document legalization system. He registered the domain names at issue to drive traffic to the website of his Arab-American Chamber of Commerce, according to the court. To continue reading, click: Libya Doesn’t Own Trademarks To Embassy Name, Judge Rules