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WIPO to implement Precrime Management in Domain registration

WIPO is about to roll out its staunchest process of the past 20 years; the introduction of a Precrime Management unit that will tackle all infringing domain registrations – before they occur!

Just like the “Minority Report” movie with Tom Cruise, the WIPO Precrime Management Unit (WPMU) will be granted authority to predict, locate and eliminate trademark violations with regards to domain registrations.

“We are working with the US government in order to roll out WPMU in the next 9 months,” said Natalia Smilonova on behalf of the WIPO.

“Any attempts to register domains that are copyright or trademark infringements will be tackled immediately.”

The process will require everyone that intends to register a domain name to acquire a Unique Registrant Identification Number (URIN) that will contain verifiable information.

An RFID chip implanted into the registrant will detect intentions to register domains in violation of the existing copyright laws. If such intentions are identified in more than three instances, a WPM unit will be dispatched to arrest the violator.

“Here at the WIPO we want to make sure that the world remains an angelic, secure place under the control of the government,” added Natalia Smilonova. “If you think of committing a domaining crime, we will find you and arrest you.”

The new service will be rolled out before the end of the year so domainers have little time to train themselves on thought purity.

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2 Responses to “WIPO to implement Precrime Management in Domain registration”
  1. Richard says:

    Do you know if they have jurisdiction in the matrix? O_o

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Richard – I believe that unless you take the purple pill you’ll be ok 😀

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