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Your boss has "entered public life" by playing poker professionally. And he cannot trademark his name. Ask him for a new assignment.
Domain name: amatogalasso.com Registrant Contact: Cyclicom Holdings LTD Cyclicom Holdings LTD La Corvee House Alderney, GY9 3TQ CHANNEL ISLANDS UK
The only way you'll get that page taken down is to buy the domain from them, which, I would imagine, will cost quite a bit of money, especially considering they are rather aware of your boss' winnings at poker.
It might sound like extortion, but when your boss calls his lawyer all he's going to hear is laughter.
It's just another way that the people who make their living spamming you with casino ads can spam their casino ads out there. They probably have a few hundred of them. Well...at least two (erichaber.net).
"Forward thinking" is not a term I would use with this kind of sleaze. I have a low opinion of Web pages which are nothing more than thinly veiled ads. (Look for a new DVD post Friday!)
As for finding out who's behind it...you have more than a few "unique" referral links you could try to track down, but I doubt you'll get far towards finding a name to tie them to.
EDIT: It looks like LookupPage (lookuppage.com) is involved - MAYBE he could contact them and say "hey, somebody created my page but it wasn't me" but again...if they're getting money out of it they might not be so willing to let you pry it out of their clutches.
Seconded. Cnet's awesome for reviews, but the caveat concerning their mobile phone reviews: the phones themselves are often set up and limited by carrier, so the review may not be accurate. I often depend on Steve Dotto (www.dottotech.com)