Earlier this year, Crystal Cox claimed that the WIPO endorsed her practice of the buying domain names of her enemies, Google-bombing them with her rants, and then offering to clean it up for a fee. Crystal gained notoriety when she did this to Marc Randazza, his wife, and their three year old daughter
At the time, Crystal may have been right, as she beat Proskauer
in a WIPO
dispute for proskauerlawfirm.com. However, today the WIPO found that "Basically, for a price, [Crystal Cox] would undo the injury to the Complainant for which she was responsible for having created in the first place." Accordingly, Crystal Cox's "egregious conduct clearly constitutes bad faith under the Policy."