All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Cybersquatters’

ICANN Has Started Taking Applications For New Top-Level Domains

Beginning January 12, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will be accepting applications for newly available top-level domain names beyond the typical .com and .net variety. Some of the new domain offerings you might see are .book and .aero and (stop me if you’ve heard this one before) .xxx. Still, as fun as it might be to register …

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Microsoft Continues Opposing Cybersquatters

Microsoft is no stranger to the courtroom given its involvement in antitrust allegations and its efforts to squelch software piracy. Proving that there is indeed no rest for the weary, the legal team at Microsoft is now expanding its efforts to cracking down on cybersquatters who, as the company claims, are profiting off of their brand.

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