If a bogus sunrise dot info domain is challenged by somone, other than affilias....Will
they get the domain even if the person challenging does not have a TM themselves,
or will it go back into the pool of names as it should...???
The reason I ask this
is I get the sneaking suspicion that for those domains that are "obvious" bogus registrations
during the sunrise, that if someone else other than Afilias challenges the person
they they could get the domain, by the sheer fact of "them making a claim".
make this clear to everyone. I read information on ICANN's website and it made
me very concerned:
>>>>While anyone can challenge a sunrise registration,
under the supplemental challenge procedure announced today by Afilias, the registry
itself will submit a challenge against any of these facially unqualified sunrise
registrations that are not challenged by others<<<<<<<
important thing to key in on is they are only going to challenge the reported domains
that ARE NOT CHALLENGED!!! Also I am not sure of the terminology used above
but it does say "...Anyone can challenge a sunrise..." Does that include people
who don't have a TM claim to a domain they may want to challenge.
has to have a legitimate TM hopefully to challenge...Am I correct? If not then
we will be back to square one with this as with people with absolutely NO TM claims
to a domain will think nothing of paying $295 or whatever it is to circumvent the
landrush. I abhor the Sunrise and predicted this would happen last year on
this very board, but we have to live with it. HOWEVER it MUST be fair!
if Afilias or anyone "affiliated" with them would ask them to clarify this...I would
think that you would need a TM claim to challenge somone, and hopefully whoever is
doing the checking will make DAMN sure that whatever domain is finally granted under
this sunrise, that the person has a legitimate--proven TM as of 10/1/01...otherwise
let the domains go to the landrush....