Charity loses UDRP case as respondent professes ignorance
Save The Children Federation has lost a UDRP case over the domain name mysavethechildren.org after the respondent said she had not heard of the US charity
Save the Children has owned a US trade mark registration
since 1974, with use dating back to 1939. It has owned the savethechildren.org
website since 1995.
The respondent, Thandi Zulu, of Mississippi, registered
mysavethechildren.org in February 2011. She appeared to...
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