Groovle, a Toronto-based firm, has defeated Google in a domain name dispute case. Google claimed that the domain was confusingly similar to its own, but an NAF panel disagreed.
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My weekly Law Bytes column (freely available hyperlinked version, Toronto Star version, homepage version) focuses on the recent Canadian parliamentary discussion on domain name disputes. As discussed about ten days ago, the impetus for governmental interest in domain name disputes and Internet governance is the registration of several domain names bearing the names of sitting Members of Parliament by the Defend Marriage Coalition, an opponent of same-sex marriage legislation.
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