Even if a company owns a registered trademark, someone else may still have the right to the domain name. Sometimes a person (known as a “cyber squatter”) registers a trademark as a domain name hoping to later profit by reselling the domain name back to the trademark owner. If you believe that someone has taken a domain in bad faith, you can either sue under the provisions of the Trademark Act 1999, or you can fight the cyber squatter using an international arbitration system created by the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).