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Dot con | How former World Cup star Nelsen is defending sport from cyber-squatters

Towards the end of his football career, former Tottenham and New Zealand defender Ryan Nelsen became aware of the cyber-squatting trade, where celebrities are offered website domain names similar to their own at extortionate prices. Uneasy about the practice he set about creating a way to prevent chancers from profiting from sports stars' intellectual property. Dominic Bliss finds out more.

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