While I’m on the subject of Facebok.com for Facebook.com (earlier post), let me share with you my experience with Googe.com. I often type Google.com in my browser and yes, I have from time to time mispelled it by missing the letter “l”.
You will note that Googe.com redirects you to BernabeGooge.com, a unit of the search company Ask.com. Why do you think this is so, i.e. why not just use Googe.com, which is shorter?
Note that Bernabe Googe is a real person, albeit quite “old”: He lived from 1540 to 1594, was a poet and translator, one of the earliest English pastoral poets (Wikipedia). If Google sues for Googe.com under UDRP, do you think it would be successful?