from the potential-for-abuse dept.
gunner800 writes: "CNN.com has a decently-researched story about SnapNames, which offers a service to monitor domain expiration. Working with several registrars, they can purchase a domain name on your behalf as soon as it becomes available. Future plans include watching for registration of typos and 'malicious derivatives' (yournamesucks.com). My first thought was 'What if someone competes with SnapNames and offers the same 'back-order' service?'"
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