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The pinning social network wins a hefty damages award along with the control of 100 domain names such as pintesrest.com, pinterests.com, and pimterest.com.
Sick of a Chinese cybersquatter allegedly snatching dozens of domain names similar to Pinterest, the company files a lawsuit on charges of cyberpiracy, trademark infringement, and more.
Dot-com? How quaint. A smorgasbord of new Net domains has arrived, with hundreds more on the way. There's opportunity aplenty, but lots of trademark hassles, too.
Verizon is taking legal action against what it calls "serial cybersquatters" exploiting Verizon-like domain names.
The software giant files a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum to get ownership over the domains xboxone.com and xboxone.net.
Suddenly, the outfit behind the .co domain is everywhere, even if many people barely notice. It's all part of Juan Diego Calle's shrewd strategy.
Soon .com, .net, and .edu will be joined by .whatever-you-want. Expect the new Net domains to bring confusion and trademark hassles, along with business opportunities.
Company files new lawsuits against cybersquatters in the U.K. and the U.S., charging violation of intellectual property law.
Tech titan files three lawsuits accusing Web site operators of profiting illegally from domain names that use its trademarks.
Inexpensive domain names are fueling the growth of cybersquatting in the region, says domain-name registrar.