Cybersquatter Fined $1.9 Million For Elaborate Scheme Of Misspelled Web Addresses

Cybersquatter John Zuccarini has faced yet another defeat in federal court and faces paying $1.9 million in fines and an order to halt his elaborate scheme of misspelling popular names to attract users. The Federal Trade Commission defeated Zuccarini in this lawsuit but it is uncertain if they will be able to collect any of this judgment.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the background of this lawsuit?
What was the outcome of this lawsuit?
Has Zuccarini faced other lawsuits?
What is the AntiCybersquatting Consumer Protection Act and what is it designed to protect against?
What are the effects of these rulings?


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