October 20, 2005

ACPA not violated by foreign firm's .us registration

BNA's Internet Law News (ILN) reports today that "a Connecticut court has ruled that the registration of a domain name in the .us top-level domain space by a foreign company, acting on behalf of its U.S.-based subsidiary, does not amount to "bad faith" under the federal Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act." More when I find the decision.

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