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09 JANUARY 2014
Read what Corsearch's Steve Stolfi, Vice President of Global Sales & Strategic Partnerships, has to say about the challenges of online brand protection in "Locating your virtual partners," in the February/March issue of World Trademark Review.

"Five years ago, MySpace was the most popular social media site, while today it's Facebook and Twitter - and tomorrow who knows what will be the flavour of the day? What is known is that the online world is moving fast and the digital superhighway now has seven lanes- and, with the new gTLDs, will be expanding to hundreds and thousands of new lanes."

The article includes feedback from trademark counsel on the services they receive from online brand protection specialists, along with insight from vendors on how they plan to meet the continuing challenge of helping customers protect their brands. Visit the World Trademark Review website to read more.