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Company Claims Right to SEX.EU Under Unusual Legal Interpretation

Yellow was the first company with a prior right to the term 'sex' to apply for the domain, which is usually enough to be successful in being awarded it. Yellow had a registered trade mark for the term 'sex'. Topeu on the other hand claimed it had a greater right to the domain because it had registered a trademark for the entire phrase 'sex.eu'…

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Re: Company Claims Right to SEX.EU Under Unusual Legal Interpretation Eric Ravays  –  Sep 29, 2006 12:23 PM PDT

It's the same company that sued casino and lots of other names. Eurid should not allow such trials to take place because the are only damaging to the sites involved.

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