Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

Birthday Present Leads to Web Dispute

Narnia News Blog Update

June 17, 2008
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The C. S. Lewis Company, which is responsible for handling the estate of the famous writer of The Chronicles of Narnia, has filed a complaint against a Scottish couple who purchased the domain name Narnia.mobi in 2006. Richard and Gillian Saville-Smith of Edinburgh say they purchased the domain name with the intent of providing a special e-mail address for their son in conjunction with his birthday and the release of the second Narnia movie, Prince Caspian. The Saville-Smiths are required to reply to the 128-page complaint, which was filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Switzerland, by June 23.

Click here to read the story as originally reported by Reuters.com.

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Mark received an Associates degree in Pastoral Ministries in 1989 and was licensed to the Gospel Ministry in 1997. Mark and his wife, who have been married over 30 years, live in northern Indiana. They have four grown children, two granddaughters, and one grandson. Besides his job for a manufacturing company, Mark also sells books—mainly related to C S Lewis and JRR Tolkien—on eBay (iHaveAnInkling).

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