Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Attorneys / Lawyers: The Many Names of Cybersquatting

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01/28/2008

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Domain name disputes are becomming more common as trademark holders start to realize the extent of the problem, also know as cyber-piracy (theft of traffic). It is critical for the industry to 'grow up' and ensure that its best domaining practices are being discussed and enforced within the domain name community.

Why does ICANN sit by while these practices run rampant? Typo-squatting, domain tasting, domain kiting and domain front running are all used to cybersquat en masse. Without the tools of mass cybersquatting enabled by the UDRP and ICANN, the practice would end because the money would not add up big enough or fast enough.

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