CNET published an article about Facebook taking action against OnlineNIC and ID Shield. They are not filing UDRP’s but rather copyright lawsuits. They are requesting a $100,000 payment for damages for each domain name, totaling to at least $2 million.
From the article:
Facebook wants to take down sites like “HackingFacebook.net” and “iiinstagram.com,” which allegedly offer hacking tools against the social networking giant. But it’s doing so by filing a copyright lawsuit and targeting the two domain hosts where the websites are registered.
The company filed its lawsuit on Monday in the US District Court of the Northern District of California. It accuses web hosts OnlineNIC and ID Shield of trademark infringement and cybersquatting.