A new fast-track process to resolve Internet domain name disputes is moving into high gear, and some cybersquatters are being left behind with nothing to show for the names they’ve registered.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has been accepting cases involving disputed Internet domain names since Jan. 1. ICANN processes the disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, sending cases to arbitrators who issue decisions in a matter of a few weeks. The process offers a speedy resolution at a fraction of the cost of a federal copyright challenge.

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