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create a severe penalty to deter Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

  • To: <comments-rpm-prelim-issue-09oct15@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: create a severe penalty to deter Reverse Domain Name Hijacking
  • From: "James Wright, Ph.D." <jurydoctor@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2015 17:21:42 -0400

Currently there is a benefit in 'crap shoot' UDRPs but no real deterrent.  


The simple finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking does not represent an
adverse penalty when: 

1) there is no risk of financial loss; 

2) the general public never hears or cares; 

3) the potential benefit of obtaining a valuable domain name outweighs any


Moreover, panelists rarely impose the ruling of Reverse Domain Name
Hijacking even when warranted.


This current system needs a severe penalty to deter RDNH attempts.




James Wright, Ph.D.

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