Cybersquatting is the practice of registering, selling or using a domain name for profiting from someone else's trademark. Typosquatting involves making small changes in the original domain name that are not easily detectable.
Passing Off is used to enforce unregistered trademark rights by preventing one person from misrepresenting his goods or services as another’s business. Also Endpoint data protection solutions are designed to protect businesses and individuals from malicious online activity.
The Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy created by ICANN enables trade mark owners to contest existing domain names at relatively low cost if they can show that their trademarks are either registered..