Plaintiff had no viable claim against GoDaddy for selling a domain name to a third party purchaser after plaintiff failed to pay GoDaddy the renewal fee for that domain name.  GoDaddy was not liable under the Lanham Act because the purchaser rather than GoDaddy used the domain name in commerce.  Also, GoDaddy was immune from the claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act which shields domain name registrars from liability for registering domain names.  Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act shielded GoDaddy from liability on plaintiff’s state law claims.