Khloe will get domain name registered shortly after her first TV appearance.
TV celebrity Khloe Kardashian has won a cybersquatting dispute, and will soon by the proud owner of the KhloeKardashian.com domain name.
Kardashian and her agents filed the case against the domain name with World Intellectual Property Organization nearly two months ago.
The domain name did not resolve to a web page at the time, but it was parked prior to that. It was also listed for sale on GoDaddy, but the listing has been removed.
The owner of the domain name didn’t respond to the cybersquatting complaint. Noting that the domain name was registered just two weeks after Khloe Kardashian first appeared on the TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, panelist Ian Lowe said it was obvious the domain was registered to profit from the prospective fame of Khloe.