iCloak.com was registered many years before the complainant had rights to iCloak.
A World Intellectual Property Organization panel has rejected a UDRP for the domain name iCloak.com. It’s another example of a case that was dead on arrival, and one that future UDRP rules should prevent from being filed.
Simply put, the complainant tried to get a domain name that was registered well before it was in existence.
The complainant operates an internet privacy service called iCloak, promoted at the website iCloak.me. It registered a trademark for iCloak in 2014. Click to continue reading…