Alabama: a charge of cyber-squatting
The Arab Tribune reports: Ed Teal, Republican candidate for Marshall County Sheriff has filed a federal civil lawsuit for "cyber squatting."
Teal claims that Marshall County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Doug Gibbs "cyber squatted" by registering numerous website domain names containing all or part of Teal's name. The action is not a criminal act.
The lawsuit basically says that Gibbs bought 19 website addresses that Teal could have used for his campaign, such as "www.edtealforsheriff.com" -- Read the whole story --> Teal suing chief deputy for blocking web names
Note: "Arab" is pronounced A'-rab.