Over a half year later, Twitter finally gets high traffic typo.
Last year Twitter filed a cybersquatting complaint against the owner of the Twiter.com domain name.
Twitter was rightfully upset about the high traffic typo domain as it forward to a “survey” that mimicked the look and feel of Twitter’s own web site.
Twitter dropped the case only to refile it shortly thereafter. A UDRP arbitration panel finally ruled in Twitter’s favor in November 2011.
But that’s not the end of the story. The domain name remained in the registrant’s ownership until just recently. On June 21, 2012 the domain transferred over to PBC Escrow’s legal escrow department. Yesterday the domain was finally transferred to Twitter:
The domain name does not currently resolve, but I expect Twitter to forward it to its web site soon.
next they’ll be suing monty python for twittering at the twit olympics 30 years before they were founded.
The large enterprise’s logic is showing before our eyes.It’s hard to live for the most investors.
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Is the www or not www owner is different? i dont think so they are same. Everywhere patent war.
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