The Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy (UDRP) allows trademark owners to take a domain name that someone registers in bad faith.
If you own a trademark, and somebody else knowingly purchases a domain name confusingly similar to your brand, the UDRP is your friend.
This policy provides for the transfer of that domain to you. Using it eliminates the need to go to court and spend multiple years and thousands of dollars fighting to protect your brand.
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