28 May '15, 3pm

Harvard sues frequent UDRP loser to have its domains disabled

Company that lost four UDRP complaints if filed against others might be at risk of losing its own domain name. Harvard has sued a handful of companies it says have copied its trademarked exam questions. Among these companies is one that lost four UDRP cases in a single week — Certplex, Ltd. Certplex lost four UDRPs for domain names including the term “Braindumps”. One of Certplex’s sites offering test prep is Braindumps.com. According to the complaint filed by Harvard, Certplex publishes actual questions from past exams, or near copies of the questions. Braindumps.com pretty much explains that this is its product’s selling point. Harvard alleges that Certplex has published actual exam questions (or “substantially similar” questions) from the Harvard Business School online program HBX and its CORe Exams. Harvard is asking the courts to transfer the defendants’ domain names,...

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2015/05/28/harvard-sues-frequen...

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