The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has been awarded control of its namesake domain, which was being used to install malware on people’s computers. The EFF used the official uniform dispute resolution process (UDRP) run by UN agency WIPO to take control of ElectronicFrontierFoundation.org – the EFF’s real website is at eff.org. The registrant of the bogus .org is named as Shawanda Kirlin of Bali, Indonesia. The EFF assumes that is a fake name. In any case, Kirlin failed to respond to the official complaint that the website breached the digital rights group’s trademark, nor did she respond to accusations her .org was spreading malware through a Java vulnerability. And so, therefore, the domain will default to the EFF.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register