Air France Win WIPO Case

One of the more recently reported WIPO UDRP cases that caught my attention was in relation to

The decision, which went against the registrant, makes for some interesting reading.

The salient points being:

  • The “suck” suffix can be a legitimate defence
  • A lot of “suck” or “sucks” related WIPO cases end up being ruled in favour of the trademark holder
  • If you’re going to register a “” type domain you need to actually use it

You can read the full decision on the WIPO site

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