Interesting article from Slate concerning “cybersquatting.” It seems that the George W. Bush Library paid a small internet company $35,000 for the domain name www.georgewbushlibrary.com. Recall how “cybersquatting” was such a big deal a few years back? Several companies paid big bucks to get the “right” to use their own trademarks in their URLs. Thanks to a U.S. law called the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act and an arbitration proceeding offered by the World Intellectual Property Organization it’s not as big issue an issue as it once was. But it’s out there.