Cybersquatter asks court to declare its domain names invalid
The Beijing Haidian District People’s Court has recently heard a case in which a domain name registrant asked the court to declare its domain name registration contracts invalid. In this unusual case, the court granted the request concluding that the object of the agreement was cybersquatting, thereby cancelling dozens of squatted domain names.
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