DeleteFacebook.com: Possibly an example of fair use (1 Viewing)

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Facebook is a globally known brand, as witnessed by 3 billion accounts worldwide. The company founded by Mark Zuckerberg in his university dorm is worth billions of dollars.

It’s also a controversial social media platform, currently under pressure to change how it handles news, misinformation, and other elements of its addictive qualities. On Monday, Facebook faced a multi-hour downtime due to DNS changes. Its stock dropped on the same day, but climbed up on Tuesday.


Read the story here: domaingang.com/domain-news/deletefacebook-com-possibly-an-example-of-fair-use
 
Interesting. How long has the .ca been active? Is it yours? lol

Either way, I don't think they would win if they filed a CDRP... due to fair use (unless the respondent didn't bother filing a response, then maybe he/she would lose).

It's like all the [company]sucks.com cases, where complainant can't meet all three parts of the CDRP test/criteria (to be successful in their claim).

1) It may be seen as bad faith with the purpose of disrupting someone’s business; but 2) they arguably have a legitimate interest; and 3) it's not confusingly similar. They might be able to successfully argue a few parts of the test, but unlikely all 3.
 

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