129 reverse domain name hijacking cases and counting…
Today I’d like to introduce you to RDNH.com, a site that provides a database of reverse domain name hijacking cases under UDRP.
The site is a “collaboration” between myself, Nat Cohen, and David Lahoti.
I say “collaboration” because Nat has been doing most (all) of the work and David’s UDRPSearch.com has been a key data source. As for me, my only collaboration on the project is lending the RDNH.com domain 🙂
(I just happened to own RDNH.com – it’s not something I bought because of the Reverse Domain Name Hijacking acronym).
If you take a look at RDNH.com you’ll see that we have ambitions that aren’t being fulfilled yet. We’ve actually had the site up since December with the hope of “completing” it before telling people about it. But I think it’s important to get data out there even in the site’s incomplete state.
The key resource is the table of RDNH decisions. We’ve got 129 so far and need your help. If you’re aware of any RDNH cases that aren’t on the list, please leave a comment.
We’re also expanding the table to include more information. Stay tuned.