Case law is beginning to pile up against the practice known as "cybersquatting." Microsoft and a lecture agency are the latest victors against domain holders that have encroached on their trademarks. Earlier this week, a Canadian teen found himself in hot water with Apple for his control over the "Appleimac.com" domain.
Domain decisions favor plaintiffs
As domain name disputes proliferate, case law seems to be piling up against people who encroach on others' trademarks.
WIPO domain proposals coming
NSI lets a bad word slip
Teen in dispute with Apple over domain