Is it true that an employee of Spy Productions registered beach.info and spy.info
through their own registrars?
If so, is it allowed? (Setting aside the question
of whether 'spy' and 'beach' were actually Trademarks.)
And is it true that Spy
Productions were asked to advise on a list of nearly 200 generics and whether a non-Trademark
holder could apply at Sunrise, and then applied for and got registered a number of
those names for that person? (I'm curious, because I'm aware of the e-mail from the
person concerned to Afilias, retrospectively complaining of the wrong advise and
action.) I'm only asking.
And is it true that some registrars specifically said
that anyone could apply in the Sunrise phase, and if so, does that disqualify the
names that were applied for, since the basic rules were broken?
And is it true
that when a Trademark claimant realised she'd done the wrong thing, and asked Afilias
to delete the application, they have refused? (Thereby perpetuating a falsehood,
and arguably acting obstructively against the interests of legitimate applicants?)
I don't know. I'm only asking. It was capecod or something like that.
is it true that Afilias have been asked to respond to the "Simple Solution" (aka
Domebase) by ICAAN, and if so, what is their response and can ICAAN overrule it?
you very much.