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Domain Glossary

Reverse Domain Hijacking

Reverse domain name hijacking is the term used for when an individual or (more commonly) an organization abuses the legal system in order to take ownership of a domain name from another registrant.

Among other possible scenarios, they will file a UDRP complaint in the hopes of gaining ownership of the domain either by having a UDRP panel that is sympathetic to their claims, or by scaring the defendant into submission, or by finding a defendant that is unwilling or unable to pay the legal fees.

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