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comment Employee registered domain in his name and left.. now what?
I can attest that this works. We've done this before. It takes a while and is a bunch of forms and identity checks, but you can get your domain name back this way.
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comment Embedding Quicktime Player behaves differently on XP/OSX/Windows7
@TRiG Just had a search, they're long gone I'm afraid. That project was decommissioned over 4 years ago as well, so any archives I had are gone too.
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comment How do I forcibly obtain a domain?
And there is no recourse. It's one of the weaknesses of the domain registration system, but also one of its strengths.
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comment How do I forcibly obtain a domain?
@KG6ZVP - actually you can claim for a prior trademark infringement post-registration. But you need to have good lawyers and lots of money.
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comment How do I forcibly obtain a domain?
@Traven he doesn't mention trademarks. I bring it up specifically because he does not mention it, so I don't believe he has a trademark claim. No trademark claim == no legal recourse.
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