Apple is currently in a battle with the owner of the, and has taken him to UK registry Nominet in hopes of being granted the domain. “As a press release put out by Cohen makes clear, he registered the domain on 7 November 2000, and two days later made use of it by forwarding it to a music search engine service at his CyberBritain site,” reports The Register. “Apple, on the other hand, only had a trademark for ‘iTunes’ published in the Trade Marks Journal on 6 December 2000. It was granted a limited trademark that did not cover music products on 23 March 2001, and eventually went live with its iTunes offering in June this year–four years after Ben Cohen first registered Cohen claims he had no idea that Apple was planning to build an iTunes service, and that he has been using it legitimately all that time.”