America On-Line filed a complaint to seize aimster.com, a1mster.com, aimstertv.com, aimstertv.net, icqster.com, and ic2ster.com from Johnny Deep, which they claimed infringed on their "AIM" (AOL Instant Messenger) and "ICQ" trademarks.
On 14 May 2001, the National Arbitration Forum panel decided 2-1 to transfer the domains to America Online.
CNet: Aimster Loses Domain-name Battle with AOL
An independent panel of the National Arbitration Forum decides that several Aimster-held Net addresses violate AOL's AIM trademark. (May 21, 2001)
Register: AOL wins rights to Aimster domain name
America Online has won an arbitration battle against Aimster, and the music software company must now hand over aimster.com, aimstertv.com and aimstertv.net to the online giant. By Kieren McCarthy. (May 21, 2001)
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