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Copyright law doesn't apply. Trademark law might. It is difficult to protect a tradename/trademark that appears as or within a domain name, but it can be done. A domain registrant cannot infringe on someone else's trademark/tradename, and if your domain name is/uses a unique tradename (e.g., as businesses like eBay and PayPal do), and you wish to protect that tradename, then you'd want to pursue trademark registration. Hope that helps. Welcome to the community and best wishes.
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When you register a domain, it is managed by a domain registrar on your behalf.. The web host doesn't do anything aside from host the files and content of your web site and make it available publicly for users to access it.
No trademarks or copyrights are offered by either the Web Host or Domain Registrar.