Volkswagen sued for and won the domain VW.net, the domain of Virginia Internet service provider Virtual Works.

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Judge sides with Volkswagen in Net name lawsuit
A little-known Net access company using the address VW.net lost its legal battle today against the giant German carmaker Volkswagen, a sign that judges are again picking Goliath over David in Net name disputes. By Patricia Jacobus. [News.com] (March 22, 2000)
Small company wins VW domain battle
In the latest court decision favoring small businesses in domain name disputes, a federal judge has ruled that Volkswagen of America cannot stop an Internet service provider from using the address VW.net. By Patricia Jacobus. [News.com] (November 29, 1999)
Volkswagen Sues for Domain Name
The company known for creating the "love bug" is currently involved in a heated domain name dispute and this week took its case into court, countersuing the owner of VW.net to gain control of the domain after he sued to keep it. [InternetNews] (October 15, 1999)
Domain Dispute Proposal Counters NSI Policy
"A policy introduced by registrar NameSecure would make it easier for domain name holders to keep their Net addresses until a copyright dispute is settled." By Dan Goodin. [News.com] (September 20, 1999)
Car makers fight for domains
Volkswagen is now moving against at least one online business, small Internet service provider Virtual Works, which was issued the domain name vw.net in 1996. [News.com] (June 17, 1999)
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