Google goes after another “survey” site.
Google has filed a complaint with National Arbitration forum to get a hold of Goggle.com, Goggle.net, and Goggle.org.
While the domain names could be considered “generic” for the term Google, it’s the use of the domain names that has the company up in arms.
Similar to another recent complaint over YouTube.ph, these domains forward to a survey page that then entices users to complete a number of offers.
The current page doesn’t imitate Google’s logo, but that wasn’t always the case. The site used to have a logo with a similar font to Google (courtesy DomainTools historical thumbnails):