Google Wins Domain Case Against “Googleglass” Website 04/04/2014 by Intellectual Property Watch Leave a Comment Print This Post Google has successfully defended its Google Glass name in an internet domain dispute in Europe, reported by the World Intellectual Property Organization today. The domain name in question is googleglass.es, which was still live as of press time and offering official-looking Google Glass products and news. The decision, in Spanish, is available here. The rights to the website were transferred to Google. According to the decision, Google has registered a variety of trademarks on its name in Europe, including Google and Google Glass. No one came forward on behalf of the website googleglass.es, which was registered in April 2013, according to the decision. There is no specific contact information on the website, but it appears to provide links to products for sale. A Google search of “googleglass.es” did not land on the offending website, but rather asked, “Did you mean googleglass.com?” and then offered the official Google Glass website as the top search result. WIPO has a service for deciding internet domain name disputes. Related Articles: ‘Google’ Not A Generic Term Yet, US Court Says UNITAID Wins Rights To Internet Domain Names Domain Dispute Seems To Show Plight Of The ‘Little Guy’ In A Corporate System "Google Wins Domain Case Against “Googleglass” Website" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.