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Ron Paul found guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking in domain dispute

Anonymous Coward writes | about a year and a half ago


An anonymous reader writes "Ron Paul lost his two cybersquatting complaints against and

In the case of, Paul was been found guilty of "reverse domain name hijacking".

A reverse domain name hijacking finding means that the arbitration panel believes the case was filed in bad faith, resulting in the abuse of the administrative process.

The panel ruled this way since Paul filed the case after the owner of had already offered to give him the domain for free.

The panel also ruled against Paul for the domain name."

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