domains 45.com - Will the Real Huang Zhiyang Please Stand Up?

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Well here’s an interesting one. In July, 2020, Huang Zhiyang filed a suit in the Eastern District of Virginia to quiet title under 28 U.S.C. § 1655, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Federal Communications Privacy Act, and related Virginia common law claims, claiming that someone had hacked into his account and stolen the domain name 45.com. He said he paid $250,000 for it in April 2015. The public domain name records reflected his ownership until 2018, when the domain name registrar started to mask Whois records. Sometime in 2019 the domain name was transferred out of his control but remained at the same registrar. The registrar said it could not recover the domain name, so Huang Zhiyang turned to the court.

.... But … then another Huang Zhiyang shows up, ...

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Wesley Sweatman
scary, comic, villainous, hero domainer wins in end. Sounds like a blockbuster movie. ty. :)
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