Source: Which Internet registries offer the best protection for domain owners? | EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
Not every top-level domain is created equal when it comes to protecting the domain holder’s rights.
the new gTLDs contain additional protections for brand owners that most of the original gTLDs don’t. … The registries and registrars of some of the original and new gTLDs have created their own private policies to take down domains based on complaints by copyright owners, while others do the same on an ad hoc basis.
some domains allow content that’s legal in one part of the world to be taken offline on the basis of laws from another part of the world, at the request of a regulator or sometimes even just a third-party complainant.