AXA SA, a well-known French company that does business worldwide in the areas of insurance and finance, won the domain Axa.in in the latest INDRP case. AXA owns many trademarks for "AXA" worldwide, including India. According to the decision, the respondent registered the domain Axa.in after AXA had acquired their trademark in India. The respondent filed no response in this case. In my opinion, here's what ruined the respondent's case: The website was parked and had links in the areas of insurance and finance. Also, some of these links led to the websites of AXA's competitors. I think the respondent would have been safer if it had developed this LLL domain into a full website, and showed a legitimate use for the term Axa, which does not touch the areas of insurance and finance. What do you think of the decision?