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Representative Pete Hoekstra, Victim of a Cybersquatter?

Friday, May 28th, 2010

In an article that was posted on Tuesday at PBS entitled Politicians Face Consequences If They Don’t Secure Name DomainsSteven Davy highlights the problems politicians face if they don’t register their own name as a domain name before getting on the campaign trail.

Davy focused primarily on Michigan’s Representative Pete Hoekstra whose domain name, petehoekstra.com, is being used to host a campaign against the Representative. If you go to petehoekstra.com, the first thing you’ll likely see is “Pete Hoekstra (.com) Dangerous, Polarizing & Bad for Michigan!” Continue reading Representative Pete Hoekstra, Victim of a Cybersquatter? »