Section 4 -Authorizes the AG or an intellectual property right owner harmed by an ISDIA to commence:
(1) an in personam action against a registrant of an ISDIA's domain name or an owner or operator of an ISDIA accessed through a domain name; or
(2) if such individuals are unable to be found or have no address within a U.S. judicial district, an in rem action against a domain name used by an ISDIA. Allows the court, upon application by the relevant plaintiff after an in personam or in rem action concerning a domain name is commenced under this section, to issue a temporary restraining order or injunction against a domain name, registrant, owner, or operator to cease and desist further ISDIA activity if the domain name is:
(1) registered or assigned by a domain name registrar or registry located or doing business in the United States, or
(2) used within the United States to access an ISDIA directing business to U.S. residents and harming U.S. intellectual property right holders.
Directs the relevant plaintiff to identify and provide advance notice to FTPs and IASs whose action may be required to prevent such ISDIA activity.
Requires, upon being served with a court order after such an in personam or in rem action concerning a domain name is commenced by the AG or a private right owner under this section:
(1) FTPs to take reasonable specified preventative measures, and
(2) IASs to take technically feasible and reasonable measures.
Sets forth provisions regarding the entities that may be required to take certain preventative measures in actions concerning both domain names and NDNs:
(1) granting immunity to such entities for actions complying with a court order,
(2) authorizing the relevant plaintiff to bring an action for injunction relief against a served entity that knowingly and willfully fails to comply with a court order, and
(3) permitting such entities to intervene in commenced actions and request modifications, suspensions, or terminations of related court orders.