Cybersquatting as a type of unfair use of a domain name: judicial practice of Uzbekistan
Abstract: This article studies the phenomenon of unfair use of a domain name on the Internet to attract earnings (cybersquatting), various types of cybersquatting and possible ways to combat and protect against it. The cases of judicial proceedings of Uzbek and foreign courts, as well as proposals for changing the civil legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan are presented. In some countries, this practice is called as a cyber-piracy, while in our country it is named as an unfair competition. That is, the appropriation of a trademark in domain names, the elimination of its legal consequences, special mechanisms to prevent this (as a rule, the availability of technical measures), the legal assessment of the actions of the perpetrator, the process of discovery of such actions as a cybercrime are not developed according to the laws and practices of foreign countries. Thus, these cases are discussed in detail in the following article.
CLIMATE POLICY OF UZBEKISTAN: IMPLEMENTATION OF MEASURES TO PREVENT CLIMATE CHANGE AND ADAPTATION IN THE MOST VULNERABLE SECTORS OF THE ECONOMY
Global climate change is one of the most serious problems of today, which affects all countries of the world and turns into a significant obstacle to sustainable development. The observed warming causes extreme natural phenomena around the world, such as droughts, hurricanes, debilitating heat, fires, torrential rains and floods.