This question pertains specifically to intellectual property laws as interpreted in USA.
For the sake of discussion here are 3 fictional web domains, each including a celebrity name but each with a slightly different nature:
- allfortrump.com (political)
- stingfanclub.com (a fan site targeted for a larger group of people)
- ilovetomcruise.com (a personal fan site)
(Based on my checking none of these domains are currently registered anywhere)
These cases are examples where the full domain name itself is not trademarked, but merely includes a part of a celebrity name. Admittedly though the particular celebrity is specifically referred to in the domain name.
Do these types of domain names infringe on either the trademark law or other IP laws?
Note: these domain names are intentionally somewhat different from the domain names "tomcruise.com" (part of this WIPO arbitration case), "sting.com" (part of this WIPO case), and "trumpcard.com" (part of this WIPO case).