Daily Poll: Have UDRP Decisions Swung in Favor of Registrants?

Tim Davids suggested that I ask a poll question and I am also interested in seeing the results. Do you think UDRP decisions have swung more in favor of domain registrants lately? For the sake of the polling, let’s assume Tim isn’t asking about domain names involving fairly obvious trademarks (ie “Realtor”) but rather valuable generic (dictionary and phrases) and acronym domain names.

I was able to find some data for UDRP decisions in the last several years, and I will share that along with some thoughts later on today. For now, I would like to know if you feel UDRP decisions have swung in favor of domain registrants lately.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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