- Jul 1, 2022
Because the Complainant’s INSTAGRAM marks are well-known, and are registered in jurisdictions around the world, the Panel finds it likely that the Respondent was aware of those marks when it registered the disputed domain names. In the circumstances of this case, without the benefit of any explanation whatsoever from the Respondent as to a possible good faith use of the disputed domain names, such a showing is sufficient to establish bad faith registration of the disputed domain names.
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