Tag: cybersquatting law

Politician Domain Names are Protected Under U.S. Trademark Law

Politician domain names are covered under the ACPA. There are other options other than filing a court case if their name has been cybersquatted by a third party.

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Cybersquatting Report

Traverse Legal offers a cybersquatting report that enables us to identify using various what other domains might be out there that correspond to your trademark.  Now, keep in mind, cybersquatting is when someone registers uses or traffics in a domain name that is confusingly similar to a trademark that you own with a bad faith […]

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What Is Cybersquatting?

Commonly known as domain squatting, the definition of cybersquatting is different under the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) and the Uniform Domain Resolution Policy (UDRP). Essentially, it is the registration, use of attempt to sell a domain name with bad faith intent to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to another. In many […]

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