Friday, March 30, 2007

XM Wins One in Arbitration (Update)

Last November, we reported the following:

On September 14, 2006, XM sought relief from National Arbitration Forum to prevent Kyle Kennedy from using domain names that could be confused with XM. In fact, he tried to sell the domain name "" to XM for $175,000 to $200,000, plus a one to two year subscription to satellite radio. The lengths people go to listen to satellite radio He threw in other domain names as "perks". The decision, issued on November 07, 2006, was a clear victory for XM.

Today, Mr. Kennedy filed a comment to this post protesting his innocence. In all fairness, we are highlighting those comments here so that they may be heard, since the original post is buried deep in the archives. We thank Mr. Kennedy for taking the time to comment:

In no way did I ever do any of the things they said I had done. Dont be ignorant and believe everything you read on the internet. The problem at hand was I aquired a great domain, and the legal system had to fib to take it away from me and declare that "justice". That is exactly what happened. Again, the things in the forum that were posted that I said never took place. I advise you to read up on the NAF (National Arbitration Forum) and how corrupt they actually are.


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