Everyone hates a domain squatter. Well everyone that ever went to buy a domain to find that some squatter had purchased it with no plans to ever use it, but rather just hold onto it till someone was ready to pay up big-time for it. While we are in no way suggesting that you hold someone at gunpoint in an attempt to make them turn the control of the domain over to you, maybe some squatters will start thinking twice. Actually, we have no idea if the domain was being squatted or not, it was all just wishful thinking. A man has been jailed for 20 years over the first known instance of armed "domain hijacking" in which he sought to gain control of a website at gunpoint. Sherman Hopkins Jr, 43, broke into the apartment of an internet entrepreneur in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, wearing pantyhose on his head, dark sunglasses, and brandishing a stolen handgun. He demanded that Ethan Deyo, 26, get on his computer and transfer owenership[sic] of the internet domain name DoItForState.com from one account to another.