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[whitespace] A few useful websites on the cybersquatting controversy

Compiled by Michael Learmonth

Bill S. 1255: The latest version of the anti-cybersquatting bill.

Markup of S. 1255: Statement of Senator Orrin G. Hatch before the Committee on the Judiciary, July 29, 1999, arguing in favor of the cybersquatting act.

ICANN: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

Domain Name Rights Coalition: Organization opposed to ICANN's anti-cybersquatting policies.

Trademarks, Trade Names and Domain Names in Cyberspace: A history of trademark litigation on the Internet.

Consumer Project on Technology: Consumer advocate Ralph Nader asks questions about ICANN's purpose.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: This online database permits users to search trademarks on the web.

Thomas, Legislative Information on the Internet: Use this site to search for the latest status of bill number S. 1255.

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From the August 19-25, 1999 issue of Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper.

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