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Internet Shake-Up? Because .Com Was Just Too Easy!

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Belieber ICANN Domain Name

Good news, JB Nation — .belieber is still available!!

ICANN — or the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, for the six of you who were wondering — released their new list of top-level domain names today.

So how will this affect us?

Now, for example, instead of buying your next Fifty Shades of Grey approved anal accessory from www.succulantsuppositories.com you can now just head on over to www.succulantsupporitories.adult!!

Uhhh.

We know what you’re thinking — “How does this make our life easier?”

We’re honestly not sure it does!!

Big corporations like Amazon and American Express shelled out $185k per domain extension for .amazon and .americanexpress because it makes their sites exponentially more secure.

It’s all binary mumbojumbo to us but — apparently — when you control the interwebs from that high of a level, your website becomes absolutely impenetrable to hacking, phishing, and even spam!

Whatever you say, Internet scientists!

We’re just here for the Christina Hendricks pictures!!

[Image via WENN.]

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4 comments to “Internet Shake-Up? Because .Com Was Just Too Easy!”



  1. 1

    thats been approved for a year, u fucking idiot.



  2. 2

    what im thinking is how a douchy kid got so rich and famous … what a demented world this is



  3. 3

    christ almighty, the expansion of available names has been going on for MORE than a YEAR. Your readers who DO NOT know what ICANN is, need to take their computers back to the purchase place and get your money back. Under "reason for return" just write in TOO STUPID TO OWN ANYTHING MORE COMPLEX THAN A PAIR OF SCISSORS



  4. 4

    I remember back in the old days when the registry was adminstered by a company called Network Solutions (my former company was a subcontractor to them for a couple of years) and back then you only had a handful like .com, .net, .org, .edu. and .gov - might be more but that is all I remember.