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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Chris Bosh
- Updated: October 20, 2014
5. He won a cybersquatting law suit in 2009, freeing the domain names of 800 athletes.
A man by the name of Luis Zavala bought the domain names of over 800 athletes and celebrities with the intention of reselling them at a marked up price, which is a violation of federal law. When Chris successfully sued Zavala, all of the domains were relinquished and transferred over to Bosh, who then went out of his way to transfer the domains to their rightful owners. NBA players Amar’e Stoudemire, Steve Nash, and Jason Kidd were among those whose domain names were hijacked.