Expect a broad crack down thanks to cybersquatters pushing the edge.
Domain parking of trademark domain names and typos pisses off trademark holders.
Scammy, misleading surveys really piss them off.
Google just filed a complaint with WIPO over the domain name YouTube.ph, and you can’t blame the company. If you go to this domain name you’ll be forwarded to VideoRewardCentral.com and a landing page that looks like this:
Whereas a parked page merely includes links to video sites, sites like YouTube.ph are created to trick internet users into thinking there’s a brand endorsement or the person is on the brand’s actual site. They create significant bad will for the company.
In the above example, after completing a “survey”, you can pick your prize if you complete any number of offers from advertisers.
This is part of the reason Facebook recently filed a massive anticybersquatting lawsuit. Some of the domains were pointing to misleading survey sites such as the above.
Believe me, if you think the domain industry got a bad name with ppc parking, you can expect this type of practice to rev it up a notch. That would be bad for the legitimate people in the industry.