Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Attorneys / Lawyers: The Three Views of Trademark Cybersquatting

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It doesn't do domainers any good to complain about he UDRP. They need to avoid risky behaviors and figure out new ways to monetize domains. Domain parking can be risky.

Since it all comes down to bad faith intent, I would think proving cybersquatting would be pretty hard to do.

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