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Joran van der Sloot – Do killers have rights in a cybersquatting case?

Is Joran van der Sloot a 'talented Mr. Ripley' or a psychotic serial killer?

The case of Natalee Holloway and her disappearance and apparent death in Aruba a few years ago never went cold.

Thanks to the persistence of her family and worldwide infamy of Joran van der Sloot – the primary suspect in the case – the young man from Holland has made careless steps since then.

Accused of sex trafficking of young women in Thailand, often admitting his guilt about Natalee Holloway but more often denying it, Joran van der Sloot is currently a wanted man by Peruvian authorities, for the bloody murder of a young, attractive Peruvian socialite – her name is Stephany Flores Ramirez.

Joran van der Sloot is thought to have escaped in Chile on foot, in order to avoid persecution. As soon as the news broke out this morning, the usual practice of registering domains of anything that makes the news began.

The domain JoranVanDerSloot.com is taken since 2009 but the .net was registered earlier today – just like in the Gary Coleman case. At the same time, StephanyFloresRamirez.com has also been registered today.

The usual domainer carnivores strike again, no doubt.

One has to wonder though, whether we should feel any sadness over this. Would Joran van der Sloot have any rights over these domains, or does a person who has been pointed out as a killer – if not, a serial killer – not have any rights to their name?

We’ll see how this evolves in the coming days and weeks – Crime TV personality Nancy Grace has definitely acquired brand new material to work her Southern drawl over.

Do killers have rights over virtual property such as their domains?

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