Facebook recently faced a trial against typosquatters and earned victory. For those not familiar with the word “typosquatters”, they are people who are using names close to a popular name that possibly cause a confusion. In the lawsuit with Facebook, they are people who are registering domain names that are very close to a very popular site causing confusion to users and make money from it.
The Northern California District court ruled giving the win to the popular social networking site. Through this decision, Facebook earned a significant amount costing up to $2.8 million and takes . . . → Read More: Facebook Earned $2.8 Million in a Lawsuit Against Typosquatters