1. Was there any indication that Doughney was “cyber squatting”?
2. Could Doughney have avoided liability by making changes to his Web site or business model? What changes may help shield him from liability?

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the high-profile nonprofit organization devoted to educating the public at large and attempting to prevent the abuse of animals for corporate gain. Doughney registered, claiming he was head of an organization called People Eating Tasty Animals, and his Web site contained links to furriers and others that would be in direct conflict with PETA’s mission. PETA filed suit against Doughney alleging his use of violated the ACPA.

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