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[ICANN-EU] Re: [ga] bodacious-tata[s].NET
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- Date: Sun, 03 Sep 2000 03:48:04 +0200
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it seems that you went faster than me as I registered this after-noon
bodacious-tata.net and bodacious-tatas.net to see if there is a difference
between one breast (the Tata TM as no 's') and two breasts.
My idea was to propose to name a WIPO big flop a "bodacious tata".
And to open a "bodacious-tata" contest for WIPO panelists, with a
yearly award. This to protect people against panelists misbehavior. As
there is no appeal: it could provide some kind of a community control
and a de facto increased protection. The site would certainly want to
be a positive part of the UDRP system. I would then be interested in
an UDRP against it. My intent was to call on all the UDRP pros to
nominate panelists as they are shocked by a decision.
May be could we join forces?
At 02:32 03/09/00, you wrote:
>A recent UDRP case, which is both sad and funny, made me set up a website
>under a domain very similar to that deleted by WIPO.
>If you are interested in WIPO versus free speech issues, I kindly invite
>you to have a look at
>Please, note the ORG. The disputed domain was .COM.
>Any further info, refs to articles, comments in the press or elswhere
>would be much appreciated!
>Thanks for your time!
>Marc Schneiders ------- Venster - http://www.venster.nl
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