Conflicts over domain names have received the most attention in the trademark legal press. However, such disputes have only affected a small number of trademark owners. Where the Internet has its greatest impact on trademark owners or prospective owners is in searching for prior rights in a mark and policing existing marks. Other areas of trademark law of interest to businesses is whether or not a link to another company's site infringes or dilutes that site's trademark. This latter area overlaps significantly with copyright and unfair competition laws, since linking and framing only implicate trademark infringement or dilution laws in narrow circumstances. Finally, the use of another company's trademarks in meta tags arguably infringes or dilutes that company's trademarks. While there are certainly other trademark issues raised by the Internet, they have not been as widely talked about.