Hillary Clinton won the rights to hillaryclinton.com in a recent a National Arbitration Forum decision. It may have been a battle for Clinton to get her domain name, given that she’s a politician, but the owner of the domain didn’t even respond to the dispute. Furthermore, the owner had generic pay-per-click/portal information on the site. Generally speaking, political domain names can be registered by other people as a first amendment right. For example, if the owner had created a site blasting Clinton’s policies, he might have had a shot at arbitration. For details on the decision, go here.
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