Politics = Cybersquatting Candidates’ Names

It is always interesting when a large media outlet writes up an article about legal topics, but it is even more interesting when they write one up about cybersquatting. The New York Times published an article today about the political environment where cybersquatters go after domains containing candidates’ names. For an interesting read of the article, click here. The article is laden with examples of political names and associated domains, but lacks any substance related to the law. It does not even mention the use of the UDRP. This is the media’s attempt at telling the masses about this topic.

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