I own a relatively old two-word dot com. There exists a company with a US Trademark on a misspelling of the name, filed five years after I acquired my domain. If someone were to say, “go to BlahBlah.com”, you’d go to my URL. The TM on the misspelling specifies two things,1) the type of products it pertains to, and 2) that it is intended for an internet website that conducts internet commerce, more or less. I thought this was a unique scenario, since my correct spelling is the “typo” as far as the TM is concerned. What do you think would happen if I were to put ads on a page it was parked at? ...ads that were dissimilar to the industry the TM pertains to of course. Does anyone have experience with such a scenario? Yes, I could ask an attorney but I thought this would be an interesting topic to discus. I’ll cross that legal bridge when I get there. Not in a rush.