numnum - 11:10 pm on Nov 6, 2011 (gmt 0)
We all know that that using some variation on another's trademark in your second-level domain name can spell trouble (e.g., walmartdeals.info). But what about the third level (e.g., walmartdeals.host.com)?
In one U.S. case, a particular organization prevailed against Google for hosting a Blogspot blog of a former member who used the organization's name to rant about it (organization.blogspot.com). Google was ordered to remove the blog.