I thought this was interesting because a famous person's name is often also a source indicator of goods and/or services. In this case, the WIPO arbitrators acknowledged that is often true while explaining that in Mr. Dauman's case, his name does not serve as a source indicatory. His name is well known, perhaps famous, but not a source indicator. That is a requirement under the UDRP and therefore the UDRP complaint was denied.
You can read the decision here: http://bit.ly/15QKw5D
As always, comments welcome.