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Madison on Cyberquatting in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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February 16, 2011

Pitt Law professor and Faculty Director of the Innovation Practice Institute, Michael Madison, comments on Gillece Plumbing & Heating Inc.'s practice of registering domain names of all or parts of its competitors' names.   "Registration of almost 100 domains with competitor names was 'pretty damning.' Motive separates a legitimate registering of a domain name from cybersquatting," he said. 

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