Don't waste your time. If you have Twitter in your domain name, you could be put out of business if you don't cease and desist. I've seen it first hand. They bury you in a law suit, wrong or right is not the point. These companies have a huge lawyer group and bat you around for fun.
My suggestion is to move them even if you're just using Tweet. That is coming. Trust me. They must defend their trademark app, or why would they even try to trademark it. Its a no brainer. If you have the money, file a dispute against their Tweet trademark app, based on being generic, otherwise just bite the bullet and change your name. The sooner you do that, the better. On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 8:47 AM, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Aug 13, 12:13 pm, Mike Langford <m...@tweetworks.com> wrote: > > Should be fun to watch. > > Except for those who have worked very hard for many months to build up > services with "twitter" in the domain name. > > Dewald > -- Dale Merritt Fol.la MeDia, LLC