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WIPO Domain Name Decision D2005-0444 for espnnews.com html (15 KB)

domain name, the Respondent has engaged in typosquatting, a practice by which “a registrant deliberately introduces slight deviations into famous marks...“N”. Because Respondent’s registration of the disputed domain name constitutes typosquatting, the domain at issue is, by definition, confusingly...

2005-07-15 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-1095 for edmmunds.com html (13 KB)

(ii) disrupting the business of Complainant; (iii) and constitutes a classic case of “typosquatting”. B. Respondent The Respondent did not reply to the...significantly affect the appearance or pronunciation of the domain name. This�conduct is commonly referred to as “typosquatting” and creates a virtually identical...

2006-10-30 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-0694 for edmnds.com, edunds.com html (15 KB)

typosquatting; and (iii) identifying its organization name as “This domain name is 4 sale”, indicating the sole purpose for registering the domain names was for...commonly referred to as “typosquatting” and creates virtually identical and/or confusingly similar marks to the Complainant’s trademark ( ESPN, Inc. v. XC2...

2006-08-31 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2015-1700 for moneyweak.com html (7 KB)

Complainant The disputed domain name is confusingly similar to the Complainant's registered trademarks. The Respondent is guilty of typosquatting. The disputed...one letter has been changed. This is a blatant example of typosquatting where the spelling of a trademark has been altered minimally by the substitution...

2015-12-08 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2013-2248 for azzro.com html (9 KB)

enabling to buy similar goods of direct competitors of the Complainant. The Complainant compares the case at hand to so called "typosquatting" cases and...refers to previous UDRP panel decisions which state that the registration of a typosquatting domain name in and of itself constitutes bad faith...

2014-02-28 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-0845 for sefora.com html (12 KB)

typosquatting, a practice by which “a registrant deliberately introduces slight deviations into famous marks” for commercial gain. The Complainant relies on...submits that it is well-settled that the practice of typosquatting, of itself, is evidence of the bad faith registration of a domain name. The Complainant...

2006-09-25 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2005-0292 for ruthchris.com html (12 KB)

registered and is being used in bad faith because it constitutes an example of “typosquatting.” Complainant cites several WIPO UDRP panels for the proposition...that typosquatting violates the Policy. In addition to this general assertion, Complainant brings to the attention of this Panel the fact that Respondent...

2005-05-27 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2010-2274 for wwwdior.com html (11 KB)

famous DIOR mark in classic typosquatting form and the Panel has no hesitation in finding the Disputed Domain Name to be confusingly similar to the...Panel has considered this possibility. However, the finding that the Respondent is engaged in typosquatting, and the balance of the evidence, does not...

2011-02-17 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2018-0046 for torybruch.com html (9 KB)

BURCH mark in that it is an example of typosquatting. The Complainants maintain that the Respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of...the Domain Name. They observe that it is difficult to avoid an inference of illegitimacy in a typosquatting case. They add that there is no evidence of...

2018-04-03 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision DCO2017-0043 for admiralgruop.co html (11 KB)

the word "group". This is a blatant example of typosquatting where a domain name attracts Internet users who may make typing errors. The disputed domain...settled that the practice of typosquatting constitutes an evidence of the bad faith registration of a domain name. See, Longs Drug Stores California, Inc. v...

2018-01-03 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-1043 for edmundss.com html (19 KB)

trademark, (ii) “ typosquatting ” is in and of itself evidence of bad faith, and (iii) Respondent has a history of repeatedly violating the UDRP. B...domain names , , , and confusingly similar to trademark Reuters because of their visual similarity). This is clearly a “ typosquatting ” case where the...

2006-10-24 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-1094 for edmuns.com html (19 KB)

classic example of typosquatting and, for the reasons set out in the following paragraphs, the domain name in issue should be transferred. Confusingly...typosquatting. These Decisions are briefly summarized in the following paragraphs and in each of them confusing similarity was found. 5.1.6 In Neuberger Berman...

2006-10-12 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2007-1162 for buggieunlimtted.com html (10 KB)

do not significantly affect the appearance or pronunciation of its mark, and reflect what is commonly referred to as “typosquatting.” ii. Respondent’s...that Respondent’s typosquatting is in itself evidence of bad faith. B. Respondent The Respondent did not reply to Complainant’s contentions.   6...

2007-10-31 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2005-0970 for boscolotour.com html (12 KB)

registration of BOSCOLO�TOURS in respect travel arrangement. It is satisfied that the Complainant has trademark rights. This case is a so-called “typosquatting...these circumstances, this Panel takes into account previous UDRP decisions relating to this practice of “typosquatting” e.g. Bang & Olufsen a/s v. Unasi...

2005-11-25 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2009-1507 for eddreams.com html (12 KB)

appropriation of its fanciful mark for use in the Disputed Domain Name. Typosquatting is a commonly and widely recognized form of Internet cyberquatting and is...Respondent has engaged in a history of typosquatting, for example: see SYTradingPost, Inc. v. OS Domain Holdings IV, LLC, WIPO Case No. D2008-0815 and BHP...

2010-02-05 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2010-1815 for www-westjet.com html (10 KB)

domain name is a form of typosquatting. The Complainant asserts that the Respondent has a history of similar unauthorized domain name registrations, and...complainant to warrant relief. A. Identical or Confusingly Similar This case presents a form of typosquatting. The disputed domain name merely substitutes a...

2011-01-06 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2016-0999 for zionsbsnk.com html (12 KB)

substitution of 's' for 'a', in a typical case of typosquatting. The Complainant's trademark is said to be clearly recognizable in the disputed domain name...Respondent has engaged in typosquatting to take advantage of users seeking to find the Complainant's website at the domain name , and the services offered at...

2016-07-19 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2006-0517 for amazoh.com, qmqzon.com, smszon.com html (30 KB)

confusingly similar to its AMAZON marks, and reflect a form of cybersquatting commonly referred to as “typosquatting”. The Complainant alleges that the true...typosquatting engaged in by the Respondent. Finally, the Complainant maintains that the disputed domain names were registered and are being used in bad faith by...

2006-07-11 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2010-1300 for bfobank.com html (15 KB)

Respondent’s registration of the disputed domain name clearly constitutes typosquatting, a practice entailing both confusing similarity and lack of legitimate...advantage of its potential BFORBANK clients; vii. It is well settled under the Policy that typosquatting in and of itself constitutes bad faith registration...

2010-10-12 - Case Details

WIPO Domain Name Decision D2010-0992 for vibramfivesfingers.com html (17 KB)

letter “s” accumulates to “typosquatting”. 4. The Respondent has no rights or legitimate interest in the disputed domain name, since the Respondent does...identical to a well-known mark, except for a slight light deviation, is commonly referred to as “typosquatting” (see ESPN, Inc. v. XC2, WIPO Case No. D2005...

2010-08-17 - Case Details