30 Nov '15, 3pm

via @DomainNameWire

The Respondent has no legitimate interests in respect of the disputed domain name, because he is not using it for commercial purposes. “.com” domains were originally intended for commercial use. The Complainant is going to expand its export activities in the next years. That’s why it is important to have a domain name for commercial use that is easy to find for potential customers around the world. So the Respondent has no need for the disputed domain name, but the Complainant does.

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2015/11/30/burri-udrp/

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