Sgt_Kickaxe - 3:51 pm on Jun 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
I think this needs to be managed by the companies owning a domain themselves. If someone squats YOUR domain name it's up to YOU to resolve the situation (with them directly, via their hosts or in court if need be).
I DO NOT think regular webmasters should mind the business of other people's domains for them, it's in fact none of their business. Got tricked? Tell THAT domain name/site what happened, alert them to the squat, and let them deal with it.
Why? Because it's not up to every webmaster to force new rules on all other webmasters. This is inherently dangerous in general. In this case taking away someone's domain name because it is one letter removed from another site might seem warranted however that very notion, of removing someone elses domain, should never be taken lightly.
If it doesn't belong to you, and doesn't affect you, it's none of your business. If you get tricked it becomes your business but telling the intended site is the resolution, not creating laws that affect others who had nothing to do with YOUR issue. Just my 2 cents.