TaylorSwift.porn

TaylorSwift.porn

TaylorSwift.porn is being snapped up before the public get a chance to grab it.

TaylorSwift.porn

Taylor Swift’s team have been quick off the mark to purchase the web addresses TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult, prior to them becoming available to the public on June 1, according to CNN. It is unclear what plans they have for them, although we’re sure that it’s more being done for image control.

The move was prompted by nonprofit group Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers continuing to expand the number of generic top-level domains, beyond such popular ones as .com and .net. In 2011, the nonprofit ICANN decided to expand the number of generic top-level domains. There were 22 at that time and now there are over 547 new gTLDs on the Web, with new suffixes released every month.

Come June, a number of controversial domain names will be available to buy, but public figures and companies are currently being given a window of time in which to register them before anyone else can. That’s a very courteous gesture from ICANN.

This means that, in addition to TaylorSwift.com being snatched up, Microsoft Office has also registered Office.porn and Office.adult. The domains cost up to $2,500 to register according to Ad Week reports.

That’s not the end of it though, another web suffix becoming available in June as well is .sucks, in case you were recently thinking to yourself that you just wish the Internet offered a little more negativity.

Have you already purchased your .com for your band or artist name? If not, what are you waiting for?

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