Sorry, but I don't see any new precedents being set by this case. Look at the montyroberts dot comnetorg decision for an example of linking to a commercial site. There was another one who's name I've forgotten where the Respondent used a free hitcounter from a site and if you clicked on the counter you were taken to a site which had ads, which is a Very Bad Thing.|
And that leaves aside the whole question of precedence under the UDRP. There's really no such thing. With rulings unappealable, each one stands on its own, nothing ever shakes out, there is no UDRP supreme court, no court of appeal, the body of caselaw is as easy to handle as nailing jelly to a wall, any decision can be used subsequently in whatever fashion the new panel wishes. And as most panels want to find for the Complainant, they cite whatever cases they want. I do think you were done over here but if you can't afford to get into a real court to have your say, perhaps you can afford ten bux for unix-sux.org. For that matter, register unix-sux.com and don't worry about where links might lead.
BTW, Monty Roberts is the horse whisperer guy. If I hadn't heard about the UDRP dispute I probably never would have known he's a fraud and a liar. By bringing the dispute he just gave more publicity to his critics. Take a look at gatt.org. The WTO was asked recently why they don't go after the YesMen, they said because it would just give them more publicity. Others could learn from that level of clue. -g