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Apple files complaint with WIPO over cybersquatters

Seven porn sites’ domain names use the term “iPhone”

Apple has filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization—an agency within the United Nations that oversees intellectual property throughout the world—over cybersquatters using the computer giant’s trademarked word “iPhone” in domain names.

These sites have no affiliation to Apple. Their purpose is to sell pornography. The websites Apple names in its complaint are:

iphonecamforce.com

iphonecam4s.com

iphoneporn4s.com

iphonesex4s.com

iphonexxxforce.com

iphone4s.com

porn4iphones.com

Read more about Apple’s complaint on CBS News.

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