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Wednesday, March 25, 2020


Ray B

Thank you for noting that individuals could register a domain name to criticize ProtorU's behavior. In fact, it appears that the hyphenated version of their domain name is available. For $0.99 (or $10.98 if you want your info private), anyone could go to GoDaddy and register that domain for 1 year and use it to criticize their behavior.

Adam Levitin

Nice and fair use of the ProctorU registered mark in your post!

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