Legal Question - Impersonation via e-mail (and other means, including website URL) answers and trademark advice from trademark lawyers across the world.Copyright (C) 2008-20095Impersonation via e-mail (and other means, including website URL)<table border="0" width="100%"><tr><td width="42"><a href=""><img src="" border="Question & Answers" /></a></td><td><div><a href="" style="color:#333;"><span style="font-size:14px; font-weight:bold; color:#333;">Impersonation via e-mail (and other means, including website URL)</span></a></div><div style="font-size:11px;"> - &nbsp;<span style="font-size:11px; font-style:italic;">posted on 11/11/2009</span></div><div style="padding-top:6px; font-size:11px;">I know the remedies available to me when someone impersonates my domain name, content, website URL, etc.<br /><br />My question is whether the same, similar or analogous causes of action exist when that someone also impersonates me by registering my personal name and domain name with the email providers, too? For example, [my domain name] @ gmail, yahoo, etc. &nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="font-size:11px;"><a href="" style="font-style:normal;">Read More <img src="" alt="Answer this question" /></a>&nbsp;&nbsp; <a href="" style="font-style:normal;">Answer <img src="" alt="Answer this question" /></a></span></div></td></tr></table>