Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Attorneys / Lawyers: Are Domains At High Risk For Cybersquatting Threat Letters and UDRP Arbitrations?

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Actually, I think 3-4 letter domains are easier to protect. It is harder to come up with a strong trademark in so few letters. Plus, abbreviations as domain names are usually fair game. Of course, you can't target someone else's name or web site when you register. That is typically cyber-squatting which is based on intentions. if you have a legitimate non-infringing use, you should be all set.

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