Agree with you there, piatkow. One of the whois db provider has a very useful service that lets you track company registrations by company name. You could for example track domains bought by G and anticipate their next move. The solution: buy the domain anonymously so people will have to gamble with their money as the registrant is not guaranteed to be someone close to the issue.
Lexur, the problem is that when you are in financial difficulties, having to spend $$,$$$ - in lawyer fees or otherwise - to get back a domain that you could have protected with $ seems like bad planning. But one could argue what's $$,$$$ in the $$$,$$$,$$$,$$$ hole they've got in their pocket already :(