Cybersquating Of Domain Names Under 15 U.s.c. 1129.

Cybersquatting: registering a domain name on the Internet that is the likely sign, designation, or identity of another entity, and for which the party registering has no interest other than to make a profit by the selling of that domain name to an interested party. This practice may draw strong penalties for violators of anti-cybersquatting legislation.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the ways in which cybersquatting takes place?
What are the penalties for cybersquatting?


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