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Comment: And what about this case

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And what about this case

Let's say that I bought the name of someone who was only moderately famous and I sold merchandise related to that person's name. Who would be the judge of "this person is famous enough for domain name confiscation"?

And let's say that I owned a site with a domain name unrelated to Ron Paul but I sold merchandise related to Ron Paul. Would that be okay? If so, does that mean it's only not okay to sell shirts under the direct name RonPaul? What if I purchased ""? Is that an issue he's sufficiently championed that he should be able to confiscate that domain name?