The Huffington Post Finally Owns

Arianna Huffington

“HuffPo” has long been a nickname for The Huffington Post.

Unfortunately for Arianna Huffington and crew, The Huffington Post has not owned A company called Pauta’s International SA had the rights.

That’s about to change thanks to a court case, Fusibile reports.

“AOL Inc., which acquired The Huffington Post in 2011, has won the rights to after filing a dispute with the National Arbitration Forum,” the story reads. 

Lawyers for AOL and The Huffington Post claimed that “respondent does not have any rights or legitimate interests in the <>, <>, and <> domain names” and “respondent registered and used the <>, <>, and <> domain names in bad faith,” according to the filing.

Judge Harold Kalina (Ret.), Panelist ruled in favour of The Huffington Post on September 19.

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