Tilt.com: Airbnb failed to reclaim allegedly stolen #domain via the UDRP process

The domain Tilt.com became part of the IP portfolio of Airbnb, when they acquired the company Crowdtilt. A third party allegedly stole the domain using a devious method and by risking $17,000 dollars. That domain was then sold to domain investor, James Booth, who was able to halt the exchange and handed the domain over […]

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Airbnb #domain “typo” predates the brand’s own!

A funky UDRP filed against the domain name airnb.com ended up with the giant corporation, Airbnb, winning the case. According to the complaint, the disputed domain name was originally registered in May 2008; since that time it has cycled through several different owners. Complainant states that Respondent has been listed as the registrant of the […]

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AirBBN.com : Short term rental traffic typo lost in UDRP

House rental services provider, AirBNB, is protective of its brand, and challenged the domain AirBBN.com – an anagram or typo – via the UDRP process. Airbnb, Inc. filed the UDRP at the National Arbitration Forum, seeking to acquire control of the domain. The AIRBNB mark was filed on Apr. 27, 2010 with the USPTO, and […]

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