GATT.org, WIPO, and some background.

“Problems experienced with the registration of GATT.org […] which is used to provide misleading information to the public via a site that is deceptively similar to the official WTO site” are cited as a prominent example in paragraph 147 of the W…

“Problems experienced with the registration of GATT.org […] which is used to provide misleading information to the public via a site that is deceptively similar to the official WTO site are cited as a prominent example in paragraph 147 of the WIPO2 report’s section on protection of the names and acronyms of International Intergovernmental Organizations in the DNS. The report was part of the process which lead to these recommendations currently under consideration at ICANN.

A summary of a conference talk given by the guys behind gatt.org which gives some more background information about the “problems” is available at LawMeme (scroll down to the end of the story; link through copyfight).