The act of cybersquatting includes when a person registers a domain name with the intent of selling it to its rightful owner rather than using it. The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act exists to act against those buyers who specifically purchase the domain of a trademark. However, a cybersquatter can also take other names or popular terms. Because of the addition of more than 1,000 new generic TLDs (top-level domains that include words other than .com, .edu., .gov, .biz, or .org), cybersquatters have had the opportunity to buy up valuable names like Adidas.clothing or Burberry.clothing. This, however, is illegal within the U.S.