The nation’s leading domain name registrar is off the hook for trademark infringements by cybersquatters and others who use its services, the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Monday.

Network Solutions Inc., a Herndon, Va.-based company that was until recently the only place to go to register dot.coms in the United States, is not liable for contributory infringement when it registers a domain name.

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