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NJ Man Arrested for Domain Name Theft and Sale on eBay

A man from the northern New Jersey area was charged and arrested for stealing a domain name belonging to the owners of P2P.com. According to reports, he allegedly transferred the ownership of the domain name to himself and succeeded in reselling it on eBay to a professional basketball player Mark Madsen of the Los Angeles Clippers.

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NJ man charged with Web name theft, sale on eBay AP, Aug.3.2009
First Ever Criminal Prosecution for Domain Name Theft Underway DomainNameNews, Aug.3.2009

Related topics: Cybersquatting, Domain Names, Law

 
   
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