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There are 16 U.S. trademarks that could argue 'consumer confusion' to take your domain
(including 'The Prisoner' TV programme company). I have not checked other 200+ countries.|
could ALL challenge you.
Why should you live in fear, that at some future date,
that they could take it from you.
You are not claiming to be one of those trademarks
- therefore they should have no right to challenge you for it.
Trademarks are to
identify source - YOU ARE NOT CLAIMING TO BE THEM.
Many others may use the same
words - PROVIDING THERE IS NO CONFUSION.
I do not have any 'famous' trademark
domains, like FordMotor.com (that I know about).
What is the difference if you
had FordMotor.com or orange.com - the mobile phone business?
Both are famous trademarks.
are to identify source - YOU ARE NOT CLAIMING TO BE THEM.