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Register your domain with us and benefit from the following perks

Landing page

When purchasing your domain, Inventa offers you a simple webpage, where you can briefly present your company and leave your contact details.

High-security DNS servers

In order to ensure our clients that nothing ever fails or gets lost, we work with high-speed network connections in redundant servers (Europe, United States).

Advanced Control Panel

You also get access to a Domain Control Panel to be found in our customer area, allowing you to manage/consult your websites and email accounts.

Support that actually helps

All of our accounts include services of a dedicated account manager. Get your domain now and start profiting from all these advantages, or contact us to learn more about our domain services.

Why choose us

We look at domains from a different perspective

While most of the domain industry sees domains from a commodity perspective, Inventa International looks at them as assets for your brand. We offer domain services which include not only hosting, but also the resources you need to protect and expand your business online.

Cut the red tape

We manage your domains at a global scale

We are used to work with domain extensions that have special requirements. We handle the red tape so you don't have to.

Our team of experts will also be ready to help you with the configuration details and will gladly work with your IT Department (and/or outsourced services), to make sure the services you need are quickly implemented according to the best industry practices.

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Cautionary Notices in Somalia

Somalia has been in an ongoing conflict due to the Civil War that has erupted in 1986. Ever since, Somali people have been living and enduring extend periods of upheaval, violence and uncertainty. The political instability is unprecedented. Up until 1960, Somalia's geographical circumscription was dominated by England, Italy and France. The French part of the territory formed the country we now know as Djibouti and the English and Italian part formed the Republic of Somalia. Since the dictatorship of Siad Barre, a fiery leader who ruled from 1986 up until 1992, the country has plunged into a climate of violence and anarchy, being controlled by the warlords grouped into clans. This resulted in the division of Somalia and the emergence of several self-proclaimed states within the territory of the Republic of Somalia, such as, Somaliland, Puntland, Galmudug, Hirshabelle, Jubaland, Maakhir and South West State. Due to this state of unravel and instability, Intellectual Property protection has been indefinitely suspended until the present day. For this reason, it is not possible to register neither trademarks, nor patents or designs in the territory of Somalia. Furthermore, pre-existing registers lapsed, as the government institutions from the country were unable to properly maintain the same. However, the self-proclaimed state of Somaliland, characterized for being a more stable and peaceful region, has been proceeding with the publication of cautionary notices referring to Intellectual Property rights. A cautionary notice is an advertisement published in the local paper, in paper or online, to give notice to third parties about the proprietorship of a trademark, patent or design in the country. Although cautionary notices used to be published in the Somaliland Journal exclusively, and therefore only effective in that territory, it is now possible to publish the same in the jurisdiction of Somalia as a whole. In the absence of a system for the registration of intellectual property rights in Somalia, trademark, patent and design owners may rely on the publication of cautionary notices as a means of giving notice to third parties of the proprietorship of their rights and warn against the unauthorized use of the intellectual property by third parties. This is not a registration and it does not entitle to any registration certificate. A published cautionary notice may be considered proof of ownership or, at least, evidence of ownership in case of infringement. To ensure that the cautionary notice reaches a wider audience, the notice is published in the local language (Somali) in the print newspaper. In addition to the print publication, it is possible to request for the publication of the Notice in English in an online newspaper on a complimentary basis. For the print version, the publication will be made once in a Somali newspaper which is published daily. Thereafter, the online version will be available on the website during two working days. However far from ideal, cautionary notice based protection of intellectual property rights now covers the entire territory of Somalia. Despite being a considerable step towards the right direction for intellectual property protection in Somalia, it is still necessary to wait for a proper Law and enforcement of intellectual property rights to be implemented in due time.

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