The Heathmount vs. Technodome.com case.
If domain owners are forced to defend their domains in
(this has the legacy shadow of NSI all over this.), this could allow
for a corporate juggernaut to cripple a small business, perhaps a
competitor. A small business could find that it's financially difficult
for them to defend their domain name which they've legitimately registered ,
especially if they're located outside the U.S.
It will be interesting to see how this turns out.