SAN DIEGO, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The amnesty program offered by Naughty America® has successfully yielded remarkable results. To date, more than 630 infringing domain names have been offered for transfer to Naughty America in response to the program. Because of this success, the amnesty deadline will be extended to July 1st.
Naughty America's amnesty offer was simple - no legal action would be taken against cybersquatters and typosquatters who transferred infringing domain names to Naughty America by the deadline of April 2, 2010.
The success of the program has been so overwhelming that Naughty America has not yet been able to respond to all of the numerous offers to transfer domains and questions about the coverage of the program. Once the amnesty deadline expires, however, no further extensions will be granted.
For nearly a decade, Naughty America has established itself as one of the most recognized names in the adult entertainment industry. This has been accomplished by aggressive protection of the Naughty America brand that consumers recognize and rely on for high quality and creative adult entertainment. Naughty America's amnesty program is focused on continuing the protection of its trademarks and famous brand.
The registered trademarks for which the amnesty program is available are: Naughty America, Suite 703, American Daydreams, Asian 1 on 1, Ass Masterpiece, Diary of a MILF, Diary of a Nanny, Find Your Fantasy, Housewife 1 on 1, Latin Adultery, My First Sex Teacher, My Friend's Hot Mom, My Naughty Latin Maid, My Sister's Hot Friend, NA, NA Naughty America Est. 1776, Naughty Bookworms, Naughty Cribs, Naughty Flipside, Naughty Office, Neighbor Affair, Nobody Does It Better, Seduced By a Cougar, SoCal Coeds, The Difference Is Here, The Naughty American, and What's New.
All offers to transfer domain names and questions concerning the amnesty program should be directed to Naughty America's new President, Eddie Arenas, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE Naughty America