You've invested in your brand, now protect it from cybersquatting with Domains Protected Marks List (DPML). You can block your mark, or a term containing your mark, from being registered across all new Top Level Domains (TLDs) for a given registry with DPML. A DPML blocked mark prevents the most common methods of abuse such as unauthorized use of your mark for a website, blog or email address.
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Donuts DPML for 190+ New TLDs
With a single Donuts DPML subscription your mark is protected across TLDs from the largest new TLD registry. Donuts has some of the most popular new TLDs like .camera, .sports and .pets.
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Reputation Matters: The Best Offense is a Good Defense
Cybersquatters can register a domain name with your trademark in minutes. With literally hundreds of new TLDs going live, the following steps will help you defend your brand.
Step 1: Register Your Mark
If you want to purchase DPML, you need to have registered your mark with the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH).
Step 2: Obtain Your
When your mark has been approved, TMCH will provide you with a unique code for each mark.
Step 3: Buy DPML to Protect Your Mark
Enter your mark and then upload the file containing your unique code, which is required before purchase.
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