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The organization Jews for Jesus won its domain name trademark dispute against a man who registered the name "www.jewsforjesus.org." Stephen Brodsky of New Jersey allegedly tried to divert people from the 25-year-old religious group's site at "www.jews-for-jesus.org." Brodsky's site then criticized the pro-Christian group's teachings.
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The Jews For Jesus organization files a lawsuit against owners of a Web site, charging unauthorized use of the group's trademark.