Comment: Of course it does.

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Of course it does.

Everything is related to the non-aggression principle. You either use force to take something that is someone else's, or you don't. It seems I just have a disagreement with what a domain name is. In my mind, once you purchase it, you own it and it is your property, but it sounds like the "courts" believe that this is not the case, and others can have a right to seize what you purchased if they file the right paperwork (copyrights, patents, etc).