I can confirm this.
As I have pointed out before:
In trademarks, a generic word
of same type as the class (product type) is not allowed.
IT IS AN ABUSE OF TRADEMARK
LAWS - ask any TM attorney.
e.g. Apple Computers could not apply for the trademark
But a different class (product type) could:
e.g. UK trademark 1134604
Proprietor: Dunlop Australia Limited
Class 25: Stockings,
panti-hose; socks and tights, all for wear.
You go to computer.info and you could
be seeing a screen with pair of tights on it.
So - EVERY generic word bought in
the sunrise period will lead you to a different class.
e.g. HOLIDAY.info will not
go to holiday site.
is why I believe DuPont's claims to “science.info” is fraudulant.