The incumbent regulations of geographical certification mark and geographical collective trademark under the Trademark Act not only exceeded TRIPs requirements about geographic indications, but also provide a positive protection approach. In this way, we aim to safeguard stakeholders rights more comprehensively. However, this positive protection practice will also cause application ambiguity between the Trademark Act and the Fair Trade Act. This article attempts to analyze the possibility and limitation of current geographic indications regulations from Trademark Act and Fair Trade Act, especially the possible problems resulted from regulating geographic indications as famous marks. Last but the least, this article proposed that considering the purpose of current geographic indications regulations is mainly about ensuring the authenticity and fair competition, we should avoid overprotection. It not so, we will impede the reasonable utilization of geographic indications and then cause detriment to Taiwans economic interests.