The ACPA's role in international domain name dispute resolution
With its capacity to extend jurisdiction to residents outside the United
States and its power to review UDRP decisions, the Anti-cybersquatting Consumer
Protection Act may give the impression that the United States rules the world
of international domain name dispute resolution. However, Karin Segall and Ellen
Dowling at Darby & Darby in New York explain that strict jurisdictional
analysis and international comity mean that it is just another - albeit strong
- tool against cybersquatters.
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