You might not win if the respondent puts up a fight.
On the face of it, it seems that the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) system was tailor made for cases like this: virgin-atlantic.cloud.
But that doesn’t mean you can just phone it in.
A National Arbitration Forum panelist has ruled against Virgin Enterprises in its URS against this domain name.
The registrant says he registered the domain “to publish an English translation of a novel that he is planning to write, titled “vergine atlantica” which would be about trafficking of virgins to the new world.”
Hmm. On a .cloud domain?
Here’s what panelist Richard W. Hill wrote about the issue of bad faith: Click here to continue reading…