Phast in copying the entirety of the OIU Web Home Page, including the imbedded text messages and metatags, and inserting a "redirect" command imbedded in the copycat OIU site that would immediately reroute the user to www.
Phast to incapacitate the "back" and "close" buttons on the IOU site that would continuously return the surfer to the original copycat OIU site or other registered Domain Name sites in a seemingly unavoidable endless loop considered an unfair and deceptive practice by the Federal Trade Commission?
Issue of this date related to facts of November 19th] [E-mail Bombing, Spoofing, Cybertresspassing] Is there a legitimate common law cause of action against IOU as to its participation in a scheme of sending 100,000 daily E-mails to OIU that essentially overwhelmed OIU's computer equipment to be inoperable?
There is enough information to indicate that IOU willfully intended to trade on the recognition of the OIU trademarks.
Constitution protect IOU from OIU requests for equitable relief or damages.
Phast has completed another element beyond the November 27, 2005, of the sequence by attempting to extort payments from the legitimate trademark owner, OIU.
He then instructed Drew to insert a "redirect" command imbedded in the copycat OIU site that would immediately reroute the user to www.
edu site and,instead, have each user returned to the original copycat OIU site or other registered Domain Name sites, as discussed above, that would again reroute all users back to the www.
Phast instructed his brother, Drew, to insert several embedded text messages on this new site, including: (i) Old Ivy University, (ii) OIU, (iii) OIU Winners, (iv) Old Ivy Winners, and (v) "Lets Win the Big One.
edu on a quarterly basis to prioritize keywords for searches for this identified site as follows: Old Ivy University, OIU, Old Ivy Winners, International Olympic University, IOU, and university.
to deliver 100,000 E-mails a day to OIU for the next 90 days.
Ima Goode, President of Old Ivy University (OIU), is informed by administrative officials at the university that numerous complaints have been surfacing from various users of the OIU Website for the past two or three weeks as to unusual and confusing activities on the OIU Webpages.