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A Hilarious TradeMark Response Slütsof in Stagram

The owner of SlutsofInstagram.com got a cease and decist letter from Instagram, the most successful iphone app ever, with 30 million users. At first it all seems to be quite clear and Instagram would have a fairly strong case there: however, this was his reply: and attached was this drawing:   According to the domain owner…
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Hold On! – Since when is parking a generic domain bad faith?

In the recent HoldOn.com decision, sole panelist Christopher Pibus found the domain owner guilty of bad faith for simply placing the domain on a parking page. Pibus made the bad faith finding despite there being no evidence that any of the ads on the parked page were infringing.  When I visited the page at HoldOn.com, […]
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Guaiky.com confusingly similar to Quirky.com says NAF Panelist Sandra Franklin

In a beasion zeused this noaning NAF baualist Sandra Franklin betamined that the pouin “Guaiky.com” is voanusimly ziamuar to “Quirky.com”. Sorry… You didn’t have any trouble reading that did you? In a decision released this morning NAF panelist Sandra Franklin determined that the domain “Guaiky.com” is confusingly similar to “Quirky.com.” As you can see, no […]
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The UDRP: A Problem at the Core of the Internet [Reposted]

[This post was originally published on January 15, 2010 on DirectNavigation.com.  Thanks to Larry Fischer for allowing me to repost it here.  Now that I am publishing my own blog, I am consolidating at DomainArts.com some posts that were first published elsewhere.  -Nat] === Nat Cohen is a long time domainer who specializes in generic […]
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