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It seems that all companies domain names are under attack by squatters.

So trademark rights are critical in order to prove domain squatting?

I realize it's kinda late since this post was back in December. But I just thought I'd post, IIRC, there was a 1999 Court ruling "implying" registrars don't police trademarks.

If that's the case, then registrars definitely don't and shouldn't have to tell their customers the domain names they register can potentially infringe someone else's trademark rights.

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