Like everything else in the world, the domain name registration system favors big business. NSI pulled someone’s registration because she didn’t have a suite number listed in her contact information for her domain registration, which was for a domain AOL wanted. And the new domain bosses over at ICANN are considering special dispensations for “famous” trademark holders if they enter disputes over domain names with regular Joes like you and me. I suppose this is actually a good thing, because if NSI and ICANN didn’t mistreat us from the beginning, we might mistakenly believe that we have rights we can fight for, and then we’d just wind up going bankrupt trying to stand up to the mountain of litigation we’d face from corporate attorneys.