Here’s another example of a massive corporation attempting to hijack a domain name through the auDRP Process, only to waste their money and cement NO CHANCE of them ever owning the domain name again, take a look at this…Read more
If this isn’t blatant attempted domain name thievery, I don’t know what is… So why has auDA felt the need to publicly publish this rubbish?Read more
Belong Energy have been ordered to transfer the domain names belong.energy and belongenergy.com.au to Telstra, as well as any other domain name containing the word ‘belong’.Read more
Rugby Australia LOSES COMPLAINT to grab Wallabies.com.au – “The Panel considers that the Complainant was careless in the preparation of its case”Read more
Before someone who wants to own a particular domain name goes ahead and wastes their time with making a complaint against someone who currently and legitimately owns their dream domain name, one should read the following information that features on auDA’s recent blog post:Read more
ClearBank Limited of London hired lawfirm Lawdit Solicitors in the UK in an attempt to steal the domain name ClearBank.org from the California, USA owner.
What’s most notable about this case is that the Respondent won, even though he never bothered filing a response!Read more
The current state of corporate domain name thievery is absolutely out of control.
We are starting this new section off, here on Domainer, under the easy to find and easy to reference menu header entitled DOMAIN THIEVES.
From this point forward, we are going to document, explain and name and shame corporate domain thieves and their legal representation.Read more
Another week goes by, and here’s another example of a jealous company-manager who is living in the stone-ages. I’m speaking in terms of his thought process on why he should own a domain name above and beyond an existing owner who managed to secure the domain name first…Read more