Today in our Domain Dispute case study we will go through the domain name Tarqet.net. Here Target Brands was up against Mary Jarvis.
Code in the name of core developers behind Bitcoin, sold as NFT
Luke Dashjr, one of the core developers behind Bitcoin recently took to Twitter to express his concerns regarding a NFT. He discovered that someone has created and sold an NFT featuring his code without his knowledge or consent.
This Saudi Domain Name’s price makes it the Costliest Domain Name Ever
There is a new heavyweight domain name in the market. By considering the heaviness of the weight, it might be termed the heaviest of all. I think I should stop all the euphemisms and proceed with the news.
FBI recommends you to use AdBlocker
The FBI has recommended the use of ad blockers as a precaution to protect against cybercriminals who are using search engine advertising services to impersonate legitimate businesses and steal personal information.
China blocks ChatGPT
China has blocked the latest artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, from being offered to the public by major tech companies in the social media app business. The reason for the ban is reportedly due to concerns that the AI tool could be used to spread propaganda that would be censored by the Chinese Communist Party.
Indian Sportswomen 30% more visible in Ads
According to a report by Brand Equity, the number of advertisements featuring women sports celebrities in India increased by 30% in the second half of calendar 2022 compared to the first half. In contrast, there was a 3% decline in ad volumes featuring male sports celebrities during the same period, though on a much larger base.
Google shows fake domain name as an ad
According to a news.com.au report, a California resident Cory Doctorow searched for a local Thai restaurant called Kiin in Burbank, and he clicked on a website that appeared to be the official site for the restaurant. However, the website turned out to be a fake one, which was designed to look identical to the real website.
Leonardo Dicaprio gets his domain name back
Recently, Leonardo DiCaprio allowed his domain name LeonardoDicaprio.org to lapse, but it's good to hear that he was able to recover it through the UDRP process. This case serves as a valuable lesson for other trademark owners to be diligent about renewing their domain names and monitoring their online presence.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issues warning against fake domain names
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has issued a warning against fake domain names claiming to be from the authority circulating the internet. The Phishing scammers are using the domain names finra.eu and finrarec.com to propagate the scam.
When the Complainant and the Respondent are from the same family
Today we are going to see an interesting UDRP dispute where family members were in a contest for the domain name SukhSagar.com. The Respondent, who is the son of one of the partners of the Complainant firm, claims to have full rights and privileges to use the trademark due to his involvement in the family business. However, the Complainant holds a trademark registration for the mark in India...