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March 16, 2005

Apple Victory in Cybersquatting Dispute Against British Company

According to CNET, a dispute resolution service found in favor of Apple on claims that a British Company, CyberBritain, registered a domain name that belonged to Apple.  The domain name, iTunes.co.uk, allegedly contained one of Apple's trademarks.

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