Startup Sues A Domain Name Owner To Grab A 16-Year-Old URL

Startup Sues A Domain Name Owner To Grab A 16-Year-Old URL

By John Biggs Jason Kneen is a programmer and happens to own about a hundred domain names picked up over a sixteen year period. One of those, workbetter.com, he purchased in 1999 and it has been available on his site for years. In late April 2014 a company, OfficeLinks, approached him about buying the domain for use as a URL for their co-working space. @jasonkneen @hjmehta Jason: We’re sorry about… Read More

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