Catholics from Opus Dei take away domain from Romanian cybersquatter

    The Catholic organization Opus Dei, which Dan Brown attributed to heinous crimes in his book The Da Vinci Code (later also filmed), seized the domain name from the Romanian cybersquatter Sebastian Koga.

    On the website of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO) it is reported that the plaintiff, Opus Dei, has provided some evidence that the domain name should belong to her. For example, the respondent does not have rights or legal interests in relation to a domain name that has been registered and used in bad faith. The defendant ignored all claims, and the Catholics won the victory.

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