Attention!!! : Domain registration in bad faith plus use in bad faith qualifies for UDRP

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    A WIPO panelist finds reverse domain name hijacking because the domain was only used in bad faith, not registered in bad faith.

    World Intellectual Property Organization panelist Tony Willoughby just wrote a decision that reflects a key requirement of UDRP: the domain has to be registered in bad faith, not just used in bad faith.

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