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2008.03.19

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Doesnt all that depend on trademark rights? If for example a name or brand is registered, isn't it that persons right to have that domain name as well?

Doesnt all that depend on trademark rights? If for example a name or brand is registered, isn't it that persons right to have that domain name as well?

Abusive trademark holders at it again! Kellogg's attorney knew he had no UDRP domain dispute case. That is why they offered $15,000. There should be a penalty for abusive UDRP proceedings by domain name arbitration attorneys beyond a finding of reverse hijacking.

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