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Save me! Rick Schwartz quietly celebrates one year of #Winning against Brazil

How time flies! It was a year ago, when Rick Schwartz unleashed the ‘kraken‘, by winning a monumental reverse domain name hijacking decision against Brazilian entrepreneur, Márcio Mello Chaves. The SaveMe.com decision confirmed Rick’s full authority over a domain that pre-dated any later claims for a trademark in the land of samba and tiny bikinis. […]

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What Does DN Journal, Rick Schwartz and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire All Have in Common?

You probably saw the fake picture from “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” circulating today; even the prestigious DNJournal fell prey to the obviously doctored screen grab. It’s sad how domainers fall for such cheaply done Photoshopped work! The real picture from the show is shown below; it connects DN Journal – the obvious authority […]

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Rick Schwartz awards domainer trophy to Márcio Mello Chaves

In a private ceremony yesterday, domain king Rick Schwartz awarded the much coveted “Reverse Domain Hijacker” trophy to Brazilian entrepreneur, Márcio Mello Chaves, via Skype teleconferencing. “There is no doubt about it”, said a misty eyed Rick Schwartz. “This man has done so much for domainers, he clearly deserves to be recognized for his contribution […]

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SaveMe.com UDRP: The Comic version!

The SaveMe.com saga has officially ended, what with Rick Schwartz declaring a full victory against the reverse domain hijacker, Brazilian lawyer Márcio Mello Chaves. For those of you that don’t want to wade through dozens of posts and hundreds of comments, we are offering below the comic book version of the case. Enjoy 😀   […]

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Bad news? Brazilian Internet infrastructure getting better

These days, anything related to Brazil brings back memories of the Brazilian brothers behind SaveMe.com.br and their pending UDRP at the WIPO to wrestle SaveMe.com away from Rick Schwartz. While we’re awaiting the proceedings with intensive interest, news of an improved Internet infrastructure in Brazil indicate the country is trying to improve its image and […]

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The Domain Boys from Brazil

Good Sunday evening, my brothers and sisters in domaining – this is a late Sunday sermon with Father Domainicus. As you may already know, Rick Schwartz – the Domain King – is being under attack recently from the forces of Evil. Two good-looking Brazilian brothers, Márcio Mello Chaves and Heitor Chaves formed a company in […]

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Infographic: Stick it to the Brazilians, Rick!

The results are in for our poll about what should Rick Schwartz do with the domain name, SaveMe.com – since it was challenged via UDRP by the Brazilian lawyer, Márcio Mello Chaves, who filed the case on behalf of the SaveMe.com.br company. Out of 100 voters, only 8 believe that a fair use would be […]

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Rick Schwartz breaks Domaining.com viewership record!

Domaining.com – the long term project of French domainer entrepreneur, Francois Carrillo – offers the opportunity to purchase “eyeballs” with sponsored headlines. It’s an effective form of promoting one’s blog or business. Domain king, Rick Schwartz, is currently using the sponsored headline feature, to raise awareness to the recent incident of blatant reverse domain hijacking […]

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Poll: What should Rick Schwartz do with SaveMe.com ?

Rick Schwartz unleashed a salvo of pure lava yesterday, after a UDRP for his domain name SaveMe.com was initiated at the WIPO. Rick’s hand-registration from 1996 somehow became the business name of a Brazilian corporation that aggregates daily deals from Groupon and other money-savings web sites. Not only does the Brazilian company, SaveMe.com.br not have […]

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