Trademark News & Screw-ups Order in Greg LeMond lawsuit temporarily stymies alleged 'cybersquatters'

Sometimes, UDRP (Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy) is the easiest way to deal with cybersquatters. But if you want to send a clearer message, sometimes you have to take them over to court. This is exactly what was done in this case. So instead of going for domain names as such, the court decision is targeting people and their actions, preventing them from registering more domain names that would infringe on LeMond's IP. Failure to comply with the court decision may lead to contempt charges.

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