Dominican man’s “photo shop” domain name annoys Adobe

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  1. Prashant Sharan

    Prashant Sharan India Active Member

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    Photoshop maker takes another stab at getting his domain names. It fails.

    Photoshop publisher Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) has tried (and failed) for a second time to take away the domains of a photographer in the Dominican Republic.

    The company first filed a cybersquatting claim against Photoshop del Caribe, S.R.L in 2016, claiming that its use of was cybersquatting. The Dominican Republic company successfully defendedthat case because Adobe didn’t show that the domain was registered in bad faith. Adobe failed to show that its Photoshop mark was well known in the Dominican Republic when the photographer registered the domain in 2006 and chose his company name years before that.

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