What is Cybersquatting?
Cybersquatting is a word that has become well known in the e-commerce world.
This term refers to the act of registering an internet domain name that incorporates a trademark or a trade name of another person or company for the purpose of holding the domain named hostage and selling it back to the rightful owner. Very recently three separate organizations have been specifically created to resolve domain name disputes.
Additionally, the U.S. government has enacted a specific federal statute to address the issue of Cybersquatting.
If you feel someone has “squatted” on your domain name, or if you are admittedly are walking on thin ice with your own domain name, CyberlawUSA.com’s resources can address your concerns.