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5 Reverse Domain Name Hijacking Reverse domain name hijacking is the use of the Regulations in bad faith in an attempt to deprive the registrant of her domain name (reg.
More importantly, the Panel cited Kiwi European Holdings' behavior as a clear abuse of administrative procedure by holding that Kiwi's complaint was brought in bad faith with a complete lack of evidence in what the Panel termed a clear "instance of reverse domain name hijacking.
Cybersquatting and Reverse Domain Name Hijacking There are two basic types of abusive domain name registration practices--cybersquatting and reverse domain name hijacking.
The panel continued, saying that it's a "clear case of reverse domain name hijacking.
Yesterday, the WIPO arbitrators ruled that Samuels' client was not a cybersquatter, dismissed the complaint and further found that K2r Produkte filed the complaint in bad faith, abused the administrative process and committed Reverse Domain Name Hijacking.