Robbie Williams is the latest popstar to win a copyright battle against a website using his name.
The site, www.robbiewilliams.info, was set up by Howard Taylor from Southampton and directed users to the website of rock band Oasis.
Taylor told The Guardian that his intention had been to run an unofficial Robbie Williams fan club from the site.
He thought that pointing the domain name to the Oasis site would be controversial. There has been a well-known long-running feud between Robbie Williams and Oasis.
But the UN's World Intellectual Property Organisation, which protects trademarks and patents, ruled that Taylor had no right to use Williams's name.
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