Reverse domain name hijacking is typically a term used by domain name attorneys in threat letters and responses to threat letters. Reverse domain hijacking refers to a an entity's attempts to secure a domain name by making false cybersquatting claims. Under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), panels have often found that overreaching trademark owners are guilty of reverse domain hijacking. Other than a ruling in the UDRP decision, there is no monetary damages or penalty for such behavior. The ACPA does not even expressly recognize reverse domain hijacking. However, that did not stop a judge from rewarding over $100,000 in cybersquatting case as a penalty in finding reverse domain name hijacking. The judgment, as posted by domainnamewire.com, was in favor of DigiMedia.com after GoForIt Entertainment attempted to acquire generic domain names based upon a theory that use of "goforit" as a third level domain name constituted cybersquatting.