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Verizon awarded 'largest-ever' cybersquatting judgment

Federal court awards $33.15 million to Verizon in a case against a domain registrar that the company claims chooses names that are easily confused with legitimate Verizon sites.

By December 24, 2008


Nombray lets you cybersquat your online identity

Want a personal page on the Net? Check out Nombray, a service that lets you find and claim potential domain names, then coordinate them with your social-networking profiles or blogs.

By December 2, 2008


The next frontier of Internet legal battles

Crowell & Moring partner Michael Songer outlines the major legal trends in the past two decades (think P2P and cybersquatting) and outlines what we can expect.

By April 27, 2009


Cybersquatting escalates in Asia

Inexpensive domain names are fueling the growth of cybersquatting in the region, says domain-name registrar.

October 8, 2007


Waging war against cybersquatting

Can cybersquatters be deterred? Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod assesses the prospects of a new coalition planning to give it a try.

August 15, 2007


Daily Debrief: Fixing copyright for political campaigns

The McCain-Palin campaign wants YouTube to give political ads special treatment when responding to copyright complaints. Is a better solution to amend federal copyright law? CNET's Declan McCullagh interviews Paul Levy, an attorney with Public Citizen in Washington, D.C., who has litigated countless free-speech cases. Also: Levy's courtroom defense of a window salesman accused of "cybersquatting."

By October 27, 2008


ICANN vote stirs worries of domain chaos

Will decision to allow custom top-level domains, despite rigorous application process, trigger new cybersquatting battles?

By June 27, 2008


Domain name for Asia up for grabs

When the domain name suffix .asia goes live in March, expect some high-priced sales and a number of cybersquatting suits.

By February 22, 2008


Dotster named in massive cybersquatting suit

Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman claim domain registrar grabbed trademarked domain names through novel and illegal scheme.

By June 2, 2006