Just in time for its 2003-era rush of popularity, MySpace has at last won its dispute to own myspace.co.uk. Owned since 1997 by some random Web company, the powers that be have now yanked ownership over to the social networking monster. The cause? The UK site had no content, just ads—and because of the incoming search requests for “MySpace,” the ads were all about the MySpace. The Inter-nerds judging the case decided that this was “abusive.” Sheesh, whatever happened to capitalism? Related! My ownership of radaronline.org has lapsed, and the website is available for purchase. If you dare.