The UDRP complaint against MountainRovers.com has the dubious distinction of being the 150th case of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking identified so far.
Five thoughts on this milestone-
1. The problem of RDNH is getting worse. The UDRP is used more frequently than ever to attempt to steal domain names from their rightful owners.
The early years of the UDRP saw numerous RDNH findings as there was little precedent to go by and many people were unclear about the limitations of the UDRP. Then came five years of single digit RDNH findings between 2003 and 2007. From 2008 on there were double digit RDNH cases each year and 2013 is on track to set the all-time record. Read more