#Amazon Music HD : New audio service launched without the matching #domain name

Amazon made a big announcement yesterday, unveiling Amazon Music HD to complement its current product range.

The high definition audio service comes in two flavors, one at 16bit/44.1 kHz quality called “HD” and a second at 24-bit/ 192 kHz quality called “Ultra HD.”

Both streams claim exceptional audio quality and millions of songs to choose from.

Audiophiles that are Prime members will pay $12.99 per month for the Amazon Music HD service; non-members will be paying $2 dollars extra.

In the meantime, someone registered the domain AmazonMusicHD.com and it’s not Amazon. The domain is registered at a Hong Kong registrar and it’s parked.

Registering a domain with “Amazon” as part of the keyword is a risk due to the famous AMAZON trademark, but specifically registering a domain that targets a product or service clearly derived from the trademark is a UDRP in the making.

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