Newsletter - Animal Writes sm
28 June 2000 Issue

PETA Wins Landmark Cybersquatting Case
Source: allen schubert , [email protected]

"People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has won its case hands-down against Michael Doughney for his use of the Internet domain name "PETA.ORG." In 1995, Doughney registered "PETA.ORG" with Network Solutions, Inc., for "People Eating Tasty Animals," which he fraudulently represented as a nonprofit organization."

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