What is CyberSquatting ?

Registration of domain names that are confusingly or blatantly similar to your trademarks. To explain further this may violate the Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, which grants a civil right of action to a trademark owner against a person who :
(1) has a bad faith intent to profit from registration of a domain name, and
(2) registers, traffics in or uses a domain name that is identical or confusingly similar to a distinctive mark or dilutes a famous mark.

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You may have invested substantial time and resources to promote and advertise your company/brand and products. This has earned you valuable goodwill and an outstanding reputation. Trademark law requires that each affected firm or incorporation act aggressively to prevent unauthorized use of their marks to avoid public confusion.

Among other factors, evidence of bad faith can include the registrant's intent to divert customers away from the trademark owner's website to a site that could harm the goodwill of the owner's mark. Penalties under the Act include forfeiture, cancellation, and assignment of the domain name, and actual or statutory damages, which can range from $1,000 to $100,000.
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