Another xHamster Cybersquatter Taken Down; More Cases Filed

May 11, 2017 8:53 AM PST

BOSTON — An arbitrator has ruled for the operators of adult tube site, handing over to the company the domain name in a cybersquatting claim.

The holder of the domain name registered the site in December 2015 and offered adult tube site fare, along with popup malware advertising propositions.

The site’s operator registered the site using private registration and did not respond to claims in the case.

After looking at the facts, arbitrator David Sorkin ruled for’s parent company, Hammy Media Ltd., finding the disputed domain name was confusingly similar to’s trademark, that the respondent had no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the disputed domain name, and that the domain name was registered and is being used in bad faith.

“The panel finds that complainants have sustained their burden of proving that respondent lacks rights or legitimate interests in respect of the disputed domain name,” said Sorkin in his order to transfer the site to Hammy Media.

For’s operators, the domain name is just one of the many websites that have been identified as cybersquatters.

Hammy Media has five more UDRP cases it has asked arbitrators to decide. It has filed cybersquatting claims against the operators of porn sites,,, and Those cases are pending.

Through the past few years, Hammy Media has been victorious over other domains, as well, including, and Each of them were transferred to Hammy Media.

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