Company targets Pinterest.info, and I bet it will be filing a lot more domain disputes soon.
[Update: the domain owner gave the domain to Pinterest.] Image-based social networking service Pinterest has filed its first domain name dispute under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP).
The case was filed against the domain Pinterest.info, which was registered in May 2011 by someone in Los Angeles. As of right now the domain resolves to a Go Daddy holding page.
I suspect this case is just the tip of the iceberg. Pinterest, which uses the Pinterest.com domain for its web site, does not own any of the other major extensions:
* Pinterest.net was registered in October 2010 and is registered to someone in China
* Pinterest.org was registered February 2011 and is registered to someone in China
* Pinterest.biz was registered in May 2011 and has a proxy whois record
Pinterest hasn’t even gone after the high traffic typo wwwPinterest.com yet.
Expect it to get serious about domain name management and soon.