I saw and interview on TV tonight about this initiative: https://nyc.streetsblog.org/2020/03...r-food-supplies-to-new-yorkers-stuck-at-home/ They could use the exact match domain which seems to be registered at GoDaddy, probably by a domainer. Would it be right for someone to make a profit selling the name to them, or a similar initiative? Profiting from people who voluntarily risk their own health for the greater good? Guess not. It's not just black and white though. Both preventing it from having been registered nor preventing someone from selling it is gonna help them to obtain the domain. I'm sure some marketplaces and registrars put restrictions in place with good intentions but ultimately there are multiple scenarios I can think of that will actually make it harder to get the right name to the right people under this kind of censorship. The big difference is, in my opinion, had this domain been registered at Epik and listed there I'm 100% sure that I would be able to work with Epik to convince the owner to let it go for the greater good. That being said, most people would probably think, crap it's taken and move on not even concidering reaching out to the owner or registrar.