Rule change aids China cyber-squatters

Wednesday, 8 February 2006, 12:58 AM EST

New regulations will make it more difficult for companies to protect their domain names from cyber-squatters in China.

Under the new rules, foreign and local firms will need to prove malicious intent and act quickly to have any hope of retrieving stolen domain names, according to a regulatory official interviewed by Chinese news site Sina.

At vnunet.

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