Internet domain-name arbitration disputes have risen by more than a quarter since January 2005 — despite the expansion of generic top-level domain addresses like .biz and .info — as cybersquatters find more sophisticated ways of encroaching on legitimate Web sites.

The Minneapolis-based National Arbitration Forum reported a 25 percent hike in domain name-related disputes it administered in 2005.

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