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    Honest Question: How many new gTLDs do we need?? | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 141 comments | Search Discussion
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    Trademark Date: 1900-01-01 ????????????????
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 10 2001, @05:49PM (#3592)
    How can someone trademark that ?

    Domain ID: D94461-LRMS
    Created On: 12-Sep-2001 01:35:41 UTC
    Expiration Date: 12-Sep-2003 01:35:41 UTC
    Trademark Name: mountrushmore
    Trademark Date: 1900-01-01
    Sponsoring Registrar: eMarkmonitor Inc.dba Markmonitor (R151-LRMS)
    Status: ACTIVE
    Status: OK
    Registrant ID: C201486-LRMS
    Registrant Name: Gregory Krajewski
    Registrant Organization: Gregory W. Krajewski
    Registrant Street1: 2038 12th Ave
    Registrant City: Belle Fourche
    Registrant State/Province: SD
    Registrant Postal Code: 57717
    Registrant Country: US
    Registrant Phone: +1.6057234282
    Registrant FAX: +1.2532955994
    Registrant Email: gkrajews@mato.com
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    .INFO seems to be much better than .WEB
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 10 2001, @06:08PM (#3593)

    Why would someone want .WEB instead of .INFO ?

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    Hello.....This domain was not TM'd...it was reg'd
    by Gregory_Krajewski on Sunday November 11 2001, @07:03AM (#3606)
    User #2940 Info
    AFTER THE SUNRISE....Here is the explanation Afilias gave as to why some domain have the "TM" field" completed...
    On trademark information ....

    You may notice that some Start-Up names have trademark information which makes them appear similar to Sunrise names. It is important to note that Registrars had the option of submitting trademark field information during the Start-Up period. The Registry did not require this information to be submitted during Start-Up (unlike Sunrise registrations where these fields were mandatory).

    If authorized Registrars submitted information in these fields to Afilias for Start-Up names, they were accepted and processed "as submitted". The information in the WHOIS is exactly as submitted by the sponsoring Registrar.

    On dates ....
    You may find that Start-Up names have creation dates as early as September 12, the date that Afilias opened the registry for registrars to submit pre-registration requests. The "CREATED ON" date corresponds to the date that the registrar submitted their request to Afilias. Afilias processed all Start-Up applications only after the close of the Start-Up period.

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