• Cybersquatting cases down in .uk

    …, from 745 to 785. That’s partly due to registrants owning both .co.uk and .uk versions of the same name. The number of cases that resulted in domains being transferred was 53%, the same as 2015, Nominet said. The large majority of cases were filed by UK-based entities against UK-based registrants, the stats show. Tweet Tagged: .uk, cybersquatting, drs, nominet …

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  • UK cybersquatting cases flat, transfers down

    … The number of cybersquatting cases involving .uk domains was basically flat in 2015, while the number of domains that were transferred was down. That’s according to Nominet’s wrap-up of last year’s complaints passing through its Dispute Resolution Service. There were 728 DRS complaints in 2015, the registry said, compared to 726 in the year…

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