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Posts Tagged "domain squatters"

5 common defenses I’ve heard domain squatters use during negotiation

There’s an instinct within most us that prompts us to lie or state the most ludicrous things when accused of being in the wrong. This primordial feeling (which may be what helped us survive) of justifying and rationalizing one’s actions is most evident in negotiations with trademark infringers and domain squatters (someone who registers a domain name with the intent to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to someone else). While there are judicial fora to retrieve domains like the National Arbitration Forum for .com domains and the .IN Registry for .in domains (discussed in detail here) domain disputes don’t always go through them. On many occasions, the squatter is just sent a nicely worded cease and desist notice to stop using the domain and to transfer it to the rightful owner and negotiations ensue.

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