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Pinterest won $7.2 million in a lawsuit against a cybersquatter, more specifically a "typosquatter," who bought domains including Pinterests and Pimterest, hoping to cash in on bad typing. A judge decided that Qian Jin, the Chinese cybersquatter, wasn't just making a lucky mistake and he has to pay up. That is if they can find him. [All Things D]