Follow-up on Carmen Electra

carmenelectra1.jpg Last month I blogged about how Carmen Electra had won back her Internet domain name from Celebrity1000. Barring an appeal, this meant that the domain name had to be transferred to Miss Electra within ten days. In an effort to sustain the high standards of investigative journalism of danieldrezner.com, I clicked on www.carmenelectra.com again ...

By , a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
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Last month I blogged about how Carmen Electra had won back her Internet domain name from Celebrity1000. Barring an appeal, this meant that the domain name had to be transferred to Miss Electra within ten days. In an effort to sustain the high standards of investigative journalism of danieldrezner.com, I clicked on www.carmenelectra.com again yesterday, and the domain name has indeed been transferred. Carmen writes:

Welcome to my new official website. I'm so excited to have a place to communicate with everyone. Finally...the real facts, latest projects, and all the juicy parts of my life.

carmenelectra1.jpg

carmenelectra1.jpg

Last month I blogged about how Carmen Electra had won back her Internet domain name from Celebrity1000. Barring an appeal, this meant that the domain name had to be transferred to Miss Electra within ten days. In an effort to sustain the high standards of investigative journalism of danieldrezner.com, I clicked on www.carmenelectra.com again yesterday, and the domain name has indeed been transferred. Carmen writes:

Welcome to my new official website. I’m so excited to have a place to communicate with everyone. Finally…the real facts, latest projects, and all the juicy parts of my life.

Apparently, there are a few pictures of her as well. I certainly hope all of this blog’s readers have taken this anecdote about the role of the United Nations and World Intellectual Property Rights Organization to heart.

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he is the co-director of the Russia and Eurasia Program. Twitter: @dandrezner

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