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25 Feb 2001 00:00
CANADIAN pop singer Celine Dion, Spanish soccer club Real Madrid and British budget airline EasyJet have all triumphed over “cybersquatters” who used their names on Internet websites. The United Nations copyright agency WIPO said these were among a raft of new cases decided over the past two weeks by its arbitrators - who have already saved such stars as Julia Roberts and Madonna from misrepresentation on the Net.
Other big names and firms who won the right to have offending, sometimes bogus, sites transferred to them were U.S.
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