Microsoft Vs. Mike Rowe Soft: An Analysis Of Cybersquatting And First Amendment Rights

A legal case Microsoft vs. Soft is Mike Rowe, a compelling example of the complexities surrounding cybersquatting and trademark law. Microsoft sued an 18-year-old named Mike Rowe, who called his site for software development side hustle mikerowesoft.com. This was Microsoft’s argument, based on the fact that Rowe’s domain name sounded exactly like their famous trademark …

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