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To be clear, the financial or

To be clear, the financial or charitable intent of the domain name owner is beside the point.

An unauthorized person can't "charitably" promote their favorite band by offering that band's songs for free as that dilutes the rarity and value of the band's intellectual property.

If Ron is claiming that his name "RonPaul" is his intellectual property alone, then any website (including DailyPaul) that uses his name or any of its variants (Dr.Paul, Rep.Paul, etc.) as the foundation for their business--whether that business is charitable, nonprofit, or commercial--is in violation of diluting the impact of Ron Paul's efforts to control his own intellectual property.