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His bail conditions were not to contact any of the complainants or to name them in the media or on social media.King was famed for songs including Everyone's Gone to the Moon and Hooked on a Feeling and discovered the band Genesis as a music producer.

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The original owner of the domain name has won a potentially landmark court victory, allowing him to sue registrar Network Solutions for transferring his domain to a con man.

A Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals judge ruled that Gary Kremen, who first registered the name in 1994, had a property right to the stolen domain and that Network Solutions was potentially liable for giving it away without proper authorization.

Kremen lost his rights to the name in 1995, when an ex-con named Stephen Cohen--only recently released from prison for impersonating a bankruptcy lawyer--forged a letter said to be from Kremen's company and authorizing transfer of the domain name to himself.

The letter claimed that Kremen's company, "Online Classifieds," did not have an Internet connection, and so had authorized Cohen to take over the name and to conduct the necessary transaction with Network Solutions.

"What this says is that the Internet is subject to the laws of accountability," Wagstaffe said.

Former pop mogul Jonathan King appeared in court today accused of a string of sex attacks on under-age boys.

He said nothing during the hearing, or to the hordes of journalists who swarmed around him as he left the courthouse.

The hearing itself lasted just minutes and was remarkably routine.

He appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court for the short hearing under his real name of Kenneth George King.

He faces three charges of buggery and 15 of indecent assault.

The domain name registrar transferred the domain to Cohen without verifying the authenticity of the letter, and Cohen went on to make at least million over the next few years using the site, Kremen's attorneys said. A lower court ruled that Network Solutions was not liable, because domain names were not covered by the same rules as tangible property.

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