Mere Registration Of A Domain Name Without Posting Any Content Does Not Constitute Bad Faith

The case of Ingram Micro, Inc. v. Ingredients Among Modern Microwaves, determined the legal implication of registering a domain name. This decision will illustrate that in determining the bad faith of a domain name, mere registration without posting any content on the website will not supporting a finding of bad faith.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy?
Who hears these cases and what are the likely consequences?
What elements does an individual have to demonstrate to be successful in this proceeding?
Who were the parties and the facts underlying the case?
What did the board determine?


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