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China alters definition of cybersquatting - Xinhua

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  1. Acorn Newsbot

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    It looks like the Chinese are educating their citizens quickly.

    According to the latest definition offered by the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), the country's .CN domain name administrator, cybersquatters will no longer be referred to those who register a domain name "for the purpose of selling or renting it". It now refers to those who actually "sell or rent it to competitors of a company whose rights are infringed upon."
     
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    "China will narrow the meaning of "cybersquatters" and will now only use the term to refer to those who register Internet domain names and sell them to rivals of a company that owns the rights to the name."

    Dam right... First come, First served

    Didn't BlackAdder say that ?
     
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    Anybody know any good Chinese words!
     
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