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Spase.io tries reverse domain name hijacking

A new company goes after domain registered in 2005. The owner of a business called Spase has been found to have tried reverse domain name hijacking the domain name Spase.com. Spase is a service that converts photographs into 3D models. The business was just launched last year at Spase.io. The owner of Spase.com registered it […]

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Saudi Aramco tries to take dead man’s domain name

Company tries to use UDRP to take domain registered in 1997 by now-deceased man. One of the world’s most valuable companies just plumbed new depths in cybersquatting disputes. Saudi Aramco, the $133 billion Saudi Arabian oil company, filed trademarks for a new brand called Orizon last year. Naturally, the company would like the domain Orizon.com. […]

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Buyer was begging for a UDRP and got one

On May 18 I wrote about BarclaysBank.com being sold for $3,003 on NameJet. The domain was registered in 1999 and owned by Roy Edward Messer the man who sold Vodka.com for $3 million in 2006. In the comments Roy said: roy e messer says May 18, 2020 at 6...
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This should have been reverse domain name hijacking

This UDRP should have never been filed. OSRAM GmbH, a German lighting company, has lost a UDRP against a Vietnam-based cloud services consultancy. Even though the Respondent didn’t reply to the dispute, this seems like a clear cut case of reverse domain name hijacking. The lighting company filed the dispute against OSAM.cloud. The domain name […]

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If you saw Sars.app, what would you assume it’s for?

Probably not the South African Revenue Service. It’s 2020. There’s a pandemic because of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). Someone in China registers the domain name Sars.app. Why would you assume the person in China registered the domain? Probably because of the pandemic. Unless, of course, you are the taxing authority in South Africa. South African Revenue Service, […]

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