By  on March 16, 2017

GENEVA — Fashion was among the top sectors in the record 3,036 cybersquatting cases filed in 2016 by trademark owners, a report by the World Intellectual Property Organization said.

The report shows that cybersquatting — the abusive registration of trademarks as domain names — was most prevalent in banking and finance, which accounted for 12 percent of all cases, followed in second place by the fashion area, with 9 percent of all cases.

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