Panel orders valuable domain name transferred.
A three-member National Arbitration Forum panel has ordered the domain name ZT.com transferred in a cybersquatting complaint.
The case pitted 投诉人为 The Zippertubing Company （以下简称“投诉人”）vs 被投诉人为 wangxinguang（以下简称“被投诉人”).
The decision is in Chinese, and Google translate is a little rough. But this does not appear to be a case of domain theft, so it’s amazing that the panel found this domain name was registered in bad faith.
We’re talking about what could be a seven-figure asset here, and also a two-letter domain that can be used for many purposes. The burden of proof must be very high.
I’ll let one of my Chinese readers shed additional light on how the panel came to its decision, but this one will likely be talked about for a long time to come.