I might well have called this "Warning, posting experience counts"
So, to clear it up:
A company decides to make a website that is called "photobuket" which is a misspelling of a site that processes 120 million photos per day
. I think they are banking on the odds. They will get traffic there. At a sight that is a "search for" site. Like you need if you can't get where you want to because you misspelled the word. Click anywhere on the page and "you're off and running". For what?
Same company used to be considered "spyware, poor risk".
Now, they are not.Sorta
I hope I haven't caused too much confusion, as I like photobucket & spybot S&D, too. I use 'em daily.
It should come as no surprise that Spybot S&D themselves had an identity fight with a rip-off company that called itself Spybot after
Patrick Kolla had begun his program. Now it's Spybot Search & Destroy
, probably an easier answer than a court battle.
Let's hope noone decides to open shop as Bleapingcomputer.com, huh?