CNET published an article about Facebook taking action against OnlineNIC and ID Shield. They are not filing UDRP’s but rather copyright lawsuits. They are requesting a $100,000 payment for damages for each domain name, totaling to at least $2 million. From the article: Facebook wants to take down sites like “HackingFacebook.net” and “iiinstagram.com,” which allegedly […]
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