cybersquatter


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cybersquatter

[ˈsaɪbərskwɒtər] ncybersquatteur/euse m/f
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against a cybersquatter who registered the domain name nycifgroup.com.
Enter the cybersquatter, a cyber villain who abuses the first come first served system by registering domain names incorporating the often well known trademarks of brand owners before the legitimate trademark owner manages to register the domain name.
A LEEDS businesswoman accused of being a "serial cybersquatter" has been forced to hand over 11 website addresses featuring the name of a prominent online bookmaker.
While cybersquatters obtaining a brand-specific TLD was not seen as a major threat (.Chevy is not likely to be claimed by a nonGeneral Motors cybersquatter), the greater concern would be a "proliferation of (sub-level) domains and websites ...
In URDP, the burden is on the alleged cybersquatter to disprove the allegations against it.
to explain why a cybersquatter who conducted no commercial activities on
Dubai The internet domain name burjkhalifa.com, snapped up by a cybersquatter at the very moment the tower was renamed from Burj Dubai to Burj Khalifa during Monday evening's opening ceremony, is changing ownership every day.
Domain name disputes focus partly on whether a "cybersquatter" is using the site for commercial gain, and whether trade marks are involved, according to legal website weblaw.co.uk.
It is relatively common to run a search on Google, find the name of a development and discover that an unrelated entity (e.g., competitor, local broker or merely a cybersquatter looking to ransom a URL for cash) owns the most obvious choice for a Web address.