Paul's Mistake on RonPaul.comby James E. Miller
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In what has to be one of the most puzzling lawsuits in recent history, former Congressman Ron Paul is disputing the ownership of the websites RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org. By filing complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization of the United Nations, Paul is attempting to expropriate both sites from the current owners. The complaint argues that because Paul is owner of the "Ron Paul U.S. trademark," he is also entitled to "domain names