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2011.12.19

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Contributory cybersquatting should be a legal theory which makes domain proxy and domain privacy services liable for trademark infringement when (a) they market their services in a way which attracts people who are infringing on trademarks, (b) they fail to enforce policies requiring accurate whois data,(c) they fail to unlock privacy after notice of unlawful activity, (d) they are placed on notice of trademark violations and allow the registrant to privacy protect other domains.

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