One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In many cases, the domain name that has been reserved by the cybersquatter has already been trademarked or service marked by another organization.’
- ‘Not many people feel sorry for cybersquatters losing the right to a domain name, but the issue needs to be faced: should there be a legitimate trade in domain names?’
- ‘You've got to feel sorry for the once-proud cybersquatters who bought up huge numbers of domain names hoping to sell them off for a small fortune.’
- ‘This is very unusual - two large companies spitting over a URL, as opposed to one large company bullying a Web address from a smaller business, or wrenching a domain name from a cybersquatter.’
- ‘Pharmaceutical companies in particular are concerned about protecting the names of drugs so they can't be used as domain names by cybersquatters.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.