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    Corinithians Reversed: Federal Court WIPO UDRP Challenge Upheld | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 95 comments | Search Discussion
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    WIPO United Nations' Status
    by freespeechcenter (registry@freespeechcenter.org) on Friday December 07 2001, @10:15AM (#3974)
    User #3147 Info | http://www.freespeechcenter.org
    WIPO describes itself as follows at the following link:

    http://www.wipo.org/about-wipo/en/

    "With headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, WIPO is one of the 16 specialized agencies of the United Nations system of organizations. It administers 21 international treaties dealing with different aspects of intellectual property protection. The Organization counts 177 nations as member states.
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    I predicted this!
    by Anonymous on Friday December 07 2001, @02:09PM (#3980)
    And I am no freakin genius, this has been wrong all along!

    There will be many UDRP losers taking their property back, about time.

    If I were one of those movie stars that won their names on their fame and glory, I would be a litle concerned....and I wouldn't sell it to them for 20 million after getting it back.

    WIPO, burn baby burn, this is the US of A, get the hell out of the way.

    Where is Spencer Abraham and his paid for laws, screw trademarks, they never did and still don't belong to the internet, unless trademark laws are broken...period!

    Finally some sense to this madness!
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    WASHINGTON POST COVERAGE: Corinthians' Attorney In
    by Anonymous on Tuesday December 11 2001, @04:45AM (#4050)
    Link to Washington Post Coverage of Corinthians Case Attorney Interview on Newsbytes:

    http://www.newsbytes.com/news/01/172759.html

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    Yahoo News Coverage: CNET Article About Corinthian
    by Anonymous on Tuesday December 11 2001, @04:49AM (#4051)
    Here is the link to the CNET article about the Corinthians case on Yahoo News:

    http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/cn/20011207/tc/court_u_s_law_trumps_domain_decisions_1.html
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    Fair.com? Professor Geist's Analysis of UDRP Unfai
    by freespeechcenter (registry@freespeechcenter.org) on Wednesday December 12 2001, @05:26AM (#4060)
    User #3147 Info | http://www.freespeechcenter.org
    Suggested reading for those interested in the debate concerning the fairness of WIPO UDRP decisions: Professor Michael Geist's analysis titled "Fair.com? An Examination of the Allegations of Systematic Unfairness in the ICANN UDRP" which is available in .pdf format at the following link:

    http://www.lawbytes.com
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    THE REGISTER (U.K.) ARTICLE OF 12/12/2001 CORINTHI
    by freespeechcenter (registry@freespeechcenter.org) on Thursday December 13 2001, @04:34AM (#4064)
    User #3147 Info | http://www.freespeechcenter.org
    Informative articles about the U.S. Court of Appeals decision vis-a-vis WIPO in the U.K. publication, "The Register" dated 12/12/2001:

    http://theregister.co.uk/content/6/23361.html

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