The complaint added that the infringing domain’s home page stated, “Chatroulette sites usually have mostly men, so we decided to create Chatroulette Girls, now you can chat cam to cam with only girls”.
The online chat website owns trademark registrations for the term ‘Chatroulette’ at the European Union Intellectual Property Office and the US Patent and Trademark Office.
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You will then be able to chat with a randomly chosen stranger.The respondent did not reply to Chatroulette’s complaint.Sole panellist in the dispute, Robert Badgley, handed Chatroulette the domain on Friday, March 24. Badgley found that the domain was confusingly similar to Chatroulette’s mark, and that the respondent had no rights or legitimate interests in the domain.Once you are connected you may have a chatting session with this unknown stranger, but at any time during the connection both you and the other user have the option of pressing "next".If EITHER of you should press the infamous "next" button, the chat session will end, and another random connection with another completely different random stranger will ensue.Every time you hit the "Skip" button, another unknown person will appear on your screen and you will be able to start chatting together.