Archive for the ‘parked domains’ Category
Posted May 16th, 2011
According to Domain Name Wire: “Both Oversee.net and Internet Commerce Association have sent strongly worded comments to ICANN regarding a new provision inserted in the latest new top level domain guidebook.”
“Applicants will have to answer the question “Will you impose any constraints on parked sites, or sites that offer only advertising?”
In its comments, Oversee.net notes that “This evaluation criterion is not only opposite ICANN’s previous descriptions of domain name parking, it is directly opposite of ICANN’s description of its own mission.”
Click HERE to read the full article.
Tags: ICANN, Internet Commerce Association, Oversee.net
Posted in ICANN, parked domains by Kelly Hardy
Posted May 6th, 2009
Cameron Diaz commenced arbitration to try and recover the domain name camerondiaz.com currently registered to Alberta Hot Rods of some place called High Prairie, Alberta, Canada — you know just down Highway 2 from Lesser Slave Lake. Other celebrities vying to get domains using their names include Jim Carrey, Jay Leno and Sigourney Weaver.
Get the full skinny HERE.
Tags: Cameron Diaz, domain dispute, NAF, UDRP
Posted in Enforcement, parked domains, UDRP by Ken Taylor
Posted May 5th, 2009
Ubid is suing GoDaddy over the company’s parked domains program. See the full skinny HERE.
Tags: ACPA, GoDaddy, parked domains, uBid
Posted in Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, Cybersquatting, Enforcement, parked domains, Registrars by Ken Taylor