Apple’s Ive loses UDRP case over own name
Apple designer Jonathan Ive has lost a bid to have domain names containing his name transferred, in a sign of the difficulty of using the UDRP to protect individuals’ identities
In a decision dated May 5, panellist John Swinson rejected Ives claim that he had trade mark rights in his name, stating: "The evidence provided indicates that the Complainant (and Apple Inc) do not promote the Complainants name as a...
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