Tokenizing it by la, lc, lg, and lt, you see it's made up of 6468 word groups (tokens included). Removing duplicates gives us 908 words. So there's room for compression. Tokenizing by l reduces it all to about 26 words.
(disclaimer, IANAL and TINLA)
I don't know if it applies to to every jurisdiction, but if you want to register a domain based on your real name and it has been hijacked by someone else, you could argue in some sort of court to have it released to you for registration.
I think I've seen it done for businesses, but I assume it could work for individuals.
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