The Complainant is the owner of the highly-popular social media conglomerate, using the trademark FACEBOOK. The Registrant responded to the Complaint, and agreed to transfer the Domain Name to the Complainant (it was never received because an incorrect email for Complainant's counsel was used).
Even if the Registrant had not agreed to willingly transfer the Domain Name, the Panel would have held it was registered in bad faith. Although no reasons for bad faith were provided by the Panel, the evidence included information that the Registrant also owned Domain Names containing third-party trademarks, such as google-bids.com and google-offers.com.
You can read the decision here.
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