The Impact Of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking & Its Factors

"Cybersquatting" refers to the act of registering domain names in the hope of selling them back at a profit. Complainants have appealed to panels under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy. Panels have been finding; however Reverse domain name hijacking when it appears that the complainants have brought this action under bad faith pretenses or that they should have realized that they did not have a good case. The panels that have determined these cases will not allow the bad faith of the complainant to be rewarded.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What has been determined to be a bad faith UDRP complaint and what facts justify a finding of reverse domain name hijacking?
What other factors are considered in reverse domain name hijacking?


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