29 Jul '13, 6pm

Gmail vs. Snail Mail: Google wins challenge by USPS

USPS’ challenge to Google over .mail top level domain is denied. Last week, a World Intellectual Property Organization panelist delivered some bad news to the The United States Postal Service: its challenge to Amazon.com’s application to run the .mail top level domain was denied. Now the group’s challenge to Google’s bid to run .mail has also been returned to sender . The USPS suggested that it has some sort of rights to the term “mail”, in part because people in the United States associate the world mail with the organization. Not surprisingly, this argument has fallen flat. Here’s what panelist Michael Albert had to say about the USPS’ logic: First, Objector contends that the public associates “mail” with the USPS. However, Objector nowhere claims that it possesses trademark rights in the standalone term “mail.” To the contrary, Objector routinely disclaimed “mail” when ...

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2013/07/29/gmail-vs-snail-mail-...

Tweets

AOL Wins Domain Name in Arbitration via @domain...

domainnews.com 29 Jul '13, 8am

An arbitrator with the National Arbitration Forum has awarded the domain name AIMChatRooms.net to AOL.The company submitte...

'TRG-AMR North America Enters Pirelli World Cha...

astonmartin.com 31 Jul '13, 10am

Racing Series Cars Teams Global Challenge News Racing News Racing Live Aston Martin News History Racing History Aston Mart...

Dutchies on the Challenge Tour:

Dutchies on the Challenge Tour:

europeantour.com 31 Jul '13, 12pm

Related Content Photos News Pulkkanen carries home hopes in Finland Kapur up for the Challenge after Open dream Besseling ...

Google Wins Dispute Over Domain Name - DomainNews

domainnews.com 11 Aug '13, 5am

Google Wins Dispute Over AdsenseWala.com Domain Name Sunday, 11 August 2013 05:05 Domain News Tweet Share Google appears t...

#USPS loses to #Amazon.com on .Mail top level d...

domainnamewire.com 19 Jul '13, 6pm

U.S. mail service tried to argue .mail infringed on its rights for “U.S. Mail” . The United States Postal Services’ Legal ...