Catching up on news from earlier in the week, the BBC reports
that the battle of iTunes.co.uk is heading to court in Britain. On March 10, Apple Computer won a decision
through Nominet's Dispute Resolution Service against the registrant of iTunes.co.uk. The case is cited as Apple Computer Inc. v. CyberBritain Group Ltd., DRS 02223 (Mar. 10, 2005).
Independent Expert Claire Milne ordered iTunes.co.uk to be transferred to Apple, finding "[o]n the balance of probabilities...the Domain Name, in the hands of the Respondent, is an Abusive Registration on the grounds of its use in a manner taking unfair advantage of, and being unfairly detrimental to, the Rights of the Complainant."
Benjamin Cohen, the original registrant of the domain name, has applied to the High Court for judicial review of the Nominet decision.