Comment: UDRPs

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If its business related he will lose. I had to deal with this as well. It will have to go to court. He's using the arbitration method. You have to understand what the U.S. did. It handed over control over domain disputes to ICANN but it retains the root DNS control for most of the world at the Dept. of Commerce. There is a very good reason for this. If the US wanted to it could just terminate all root DNS. This is around the time that the US privatized the Internet. ICANN, which handles UDRP arbitration through different mediation boards around the world, is actually a private organization with UN funding and multi-national input. The US still controls the root domain files.