Another case of a company smacking down a cybersquatter, right? Wrong. etoy.com is an artist group based in Europe, and they've had the domain for over four years; that's two years longer than eToys has even been in existence, folks. I wish I had more information on why the judge even granted the injunction; this looks like a load of crap to me. Besides, what can a Los Angeles court do to a website operating in Europe? Take away their L.A. privileges? (Sorry, had to work in a Pulp Fiction reference.)
I'm not going to say it's right to attack a company's website over this, but I can see where the frustration might come from. A two year old company sues a European group in a Los Angeles court to get a domain that the group reserved two years before the company was founded. Am I missing something, or is this just total bulls#@!?