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National Security Company Sues for Cybersquatting (access required)

A sole proprietor may appear pro se to ask for dismissal of plaintiff’s cybersquatting claim against the sole proprietorship, but the Alexandria U.S. District Court refuses to dismiss the claim as plaintiff has sufficiently alleged a bad faith claim to the disputed domain name. Plaintiff Dynamis, a Virginia corporation engaged in national security research and services ...

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