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Some company have domain names worth a million dollar. But sometime they are lost to hackers. So I wonder how can we protect domains by law instead of technology?

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closed as off topic by Rory Alsop Oct 30 '11 at 16:51

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It depends on the law in your country and the law in the country the registration company is in. In Europe domain names are subject to the trademark law. So a domain name violating a trademark is a valid reason to go to court.

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