A judge has forced the owner of the domain name peta.org (People Eating Tasty Animals) to relinquish it because of whining from the radical animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The site was a hilarious parody of the anti-choice group, describing its purpose as “a resource for those who enjoy eating meat, wearing fur and leather, hunting and the fruits of scientific research.” Speaking of great web site parodies, check out Consumer Freedom’s tribute to those crazy nannies at the Center for Science in the Public Interest.