Enom and Network Solutions won a WIPO case involving the domain "nameje.com".The domain is a very close typo to "namejet.com", which eNom and others use for an aftermarket service.Full details of the case may be found on the WIPO site … [Read more...] about Enom and Netsol Win WIPO Case
Ticketmaster have won a WIPO UDRP over a fairly obvious typo of their name:tiicketmaster.comThe decision isn't that interesting as the case wasn't contested by the registrant and the breach of trademark was so obvious.You can read about it on the WIPO site here … [Read more...] about Ticketmaster Typo UDRP Decision
Image via Wikipedia Good quality watches are not cheap and the companies that make them have a constant battle against fraudsters of all kinds. People typo squatting their name obviously doesn't help.Breitling is a very well known brand of watch. They own breitling.com.Someone else owns bretling.com. Notice the difference? There's only one letter in it and someone typing … [Read more...] about Breitling SA, Breitling USA Inc. v. Acme Mail
Domain Blog's most recent article covers an issue that is close to the heart of anyone with intellectual property to protect - typo squatting.While I can see that registering the most obvious typos makes sense, the question is where do you stop?At what point are the typos just plain silly?If you try out one of the online typo generators - and there are plenty to choose from - … [Read more...] about Where do you draw the line with domain typos?