I will leave your "jibberish" comment to make a bigger point.
To quote you:
to what choice a company has if the .com is gone, think of a different name!"
"Nearly ALL trademarks share a common word(s) with many others - even
in same country. For example, in the case of etoy and eToys (e prefix for Internet)
- 1,685 trademarks share common word "toy" in USA alone. There are tens of thousands
of them in 200 other countries. Logical, therefore, that ALL cannot use slight variations
on this common word (as domain name) - else it would "infringe" upon others and cause
They could all have toy.newTLDs - which is what they want
for advertising purposes (toy.com having gone).
The authorities know answer to
the trademark problem - name.class.country.reg - they have always known.
the most simple and logical solution - it is easier than phone numbers.
think they are stupid?
This is ALL about money and power.