The dot-com world is on the verge of a dramatic change and many trademark holders don’t like it.

In the not-too-distant future, new Internet addresses, such as those ending in .biz or .store, will come online. Companies with famous trademarks fear this is a cybersquatter’s dream come true. They say a new list of Internet domain addresses will give people an opportunity to use their mark in another arena.

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