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Policy Status Report: Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)
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The UDRP procedure is gravely flawed when ICANN refuses to recognize federal trademarks and documented business use of these registered marks and allows cybersquatters to sit behind privacy walls which block their illegal activities and more importantly their dates of registration of infringed domains. As such, the UDRP process will not recognize their "3 out of 3" conditions for complainants to get or get back these domain names violating th...