And they don’t seem to have a problem with Disney . Is it just that Disney has not found out yet ?
Generally, if you use a well known trademark in a domain name, without permission of the trademark owner, you may be liable for trademark infringement and trademark dilution depending on all of the facts.
However, you should discuss with an intellectual property attorney in a private consultation.
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Why would Disney want to sue a travel agency that helps people plan vacations to their properties? If they were GoDisneyReplicaProducts.com, that would be a totally different story.
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As the above answers indicate there's some uncertainty. If there were use as a trademark there might be infringement. But if it were a UDRP case only, and if the travel agency books vacation trips to Disney, they might be able to keep the domain name.
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