I came across an interesting scenario today where a member asked me if I was interested in a couple of domain names. Now as I usually do I right click the domain name and see if it heads to a lander or a portfolio of some kind. To my surprise the domain actually forwarded to the standard google search page. This actually leads me to an interesting question.... If one forwards a singular (or multiple domains) to another website like google (or something else) does one not pose a great risk to losing the domain in a UDRP decision? So let's say you have a domain name that is the same subject as my business website and I am not interested in buying it. So the owner forwards the domain to my website hoping that I bite and eventually buy it. I would probably go after his domain saying it was registered in bad faith and there is a good chance I may acquire the name. So this is actually a two part topic 1. Obviously if one redirects a domain in hopes of selling it the person at the business end of the redirect would have a good case against the domain owner. 2. Even redirecting to safe havens like a google search page could put you at risk if google (or similar) wanted the domain. So what do you guys think..... is the member taking a risk forwarding his domain to google? Would you risk any domain pointing it to a website you don't have an agreement with?