A small but noteworthy victory for Google as it has won 32 typo-squatted domain names, including Gougle.com, Go0gle.com, Googole.com, Goolgle.com and Googer.com. Probably best to avoid visiting those, btw.

The search and advertising giant initially filed a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum against the single (apparently Hong Kong-based) owner of the slew of domain names on the 5th of January, around the same time it also won five YouTube related typo-squatted domains.

Understandably, the Forum ruled that the domain names (full list below) should be transferred to Google immediately. Especially because the soon-to-be-former owner of the domain names failed to submit a response in this proceeding, despite multiple attempts by the Forum to reach him/her.

In its decision, the National Arbitration Forum asserted that all domains met the three requirements to transfer the domains to Google under ICANN rules:

(1) The domain name registered by Respondent is identical or confusingly similar to a trademark or service mark in which Complainant has rights; and

(2) Respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name; and

(3) The domain name has been registered and is being used in bad faith.

Here’s the full list of domains obtained by Google:

geoolge.com
gggoogle.com
ggolge.com
ggoole.com
go0gle.com
gogelmail.com
goggleemail.com
gogglemails.com
gologle.com
googemail.com
googer.com
googlae.com
googlecalander.com
googlede.com
googledevice.com
googleen.com
googlehomepage.com
googleparking.net
googlepictures.com
googletr.com
googlev.com
googlp.com
googlse.com
googlu.com
googne.com
googole.com
googu.com
goolggle.com
goolgle.com
goolglemail.com
gooogly.com
gougle.com