Russian deprived of ownership of the domain ɢoogle.com
At the suit of the American Corporation Google, the Russian Vitaly Popov has deprived the rights to use the domain ɢoogle.com. About it reports. RBC with reference to the statement Popov.
"Google Inc. falsely attributed to me the spread of malware, phishing, to which neither I and my domain does not have the relationship, but that redirects from another domain oogle.com (without the g at first and nothing with me not associated), another American Corporation — Blue Arctic LLC" — said Popov.
He said that the decision about deprivation of the rights to domain name was made by legal institution for dispute resolution National Arbitration Forum Inc.
Previously, that Google has addressed in arbitration court with the complaint to Vitaly Popov, who owns a domain ɢoogle.com, it became known in early February. Corporation accused Popov in the use of the website, the address of which is maximally similar to the address search engine, send spam, collect personal information and spread malware.
Vitaly Popov has registered the domain in March 2016, using "ɢ" from the system character encoding (Unicode).