After a long legal battle an unofficial website for Scooby-Doo fans has been closed.
And if it had not been for those pesky Hanna-Barbera lawyers the site's owner would have got away with it.
Graeme Hay registered the site in 1999, selling Scooby-Doo books and offering a free Scooby-Doo email service. But Hanna-Barbera said they should own the .uk version of the name and accused the Hay of cyber-squatting.
Hay won the first round of the legal battle when Nominet's domain name registration service said that if he did not sell Scooby-Doo merchandise there was no problem with him using the address.
But when Hanna-Barbera struck back with an appeal Nominet overturned its orginal decision.
At time of going to press Scoobydoo.co.uk was still running and offering its free email service.
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