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Coca-Cola has filed a trademark infringement case against the operators of pornforacoke.com, which offers "tons of porn for the price of a daily glass of coke".

In full Coca-Cola livery, the very NSFW site boasts "more than 10,000 gigabytes of porn".

The case would seem to be an easy win for Coca-Cola, then. The drinks giant has fought dozens of domain trademark disputes at the World Intellectual Property Organisation over the years, and emerged victorious in most of them.

The case was flagged by friend of El Reg Kevin Murphy, of Domain Incite, on Twitter. ®

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