telstaclear.co.nz, telsraclear.co.nz and telstarclear.co.nz are all obvious misplellings of telstraclear.co.nz and the international telecommunications company had no problems in winning their DRS case against the typosquatter.
Like with many of their previous cases, E-Promote didn't both contesting the dispute. Without such cases going to the courts - i.e. without any monetary penalties - you can't help but wonder whether typosquatting continues as a profitable business venture for those who dare to risk the consequences of possible legal action.
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Comment by seedomains, on 22-Nov-2008 12:47
Hi there, just read through this great blog. Shame you aren't updating! Can I take over? Tim
Comment by Rick, on 24-Apr-2010 21:02
Quite new to the domain space in NZ, does anyone have some tips and things to avoid? Cheers Rick
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