COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS AND DOMAIN NAME DISPUTESReverse domain name hijacking is the bad faith practice of those who file complaints against legitimate trademark and domain name owners to strip them of their genuine domain name. Victims of reverse domain name hijacking usually resort to WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center, an ICANN recognized arbitration provider for domain name disputes, to solve disputes that may involve both domestic and international parties. This article provides information on a recently decided WIPO case on reverse domain hacking.
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