From: AOL HR
CC: AOL IT/Networking, AOL Legal, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: ACTIONABLE OFFENSE: Pornography/Adult Content Viewing On Company Property
Our network administrators in AOL’s Broadway office have consistently flagged you on your assigned computer for repeatedly and openly viewing a pornographic website, sex.com, that… → Read More
The recent sale of sex.com, brokered by domain marketplace operator Sedo, has resulted in a Guinness World Record for “most expensive internet address domain name”.
Sex.com was sold for $13 million by Escom to Clover Holdings on 17 November 2010. → Read More
Sex.com. It’s a domain name with quite a history – heck, it was rocky enough for a book to be written solely about it. I’ll spare you that story and let you discover it on your own, though.
TechCrunch had an exclusive interview with the guy who currently owns the valuable domain name – he acquired it for $13 million a couple of months ago. For a variety of reasons, he wishes to keep his identity… → Read More
Sex.com, considered to be one of the world’s most valuable domain names for obvious reasons, is up for sale at domain broker Sedo along with two related USPTO trademark registrations.
Sedo has entered an exclusive agreement with Sex.com owner Escom to privately broker the sale of the domain name. → Read More
It’s been through several owners, legal battles and even the subject of books, but Sex.com will be sold once again in an auction next month. Bids will start at $1 million.
Ownership over the Sex.com domain was the subject of a decade-long legal battle chronicled in not one, but two books. It was sold to a company called ESCOM in 2006 for a reported $14 million. It is possible that ESCOM was… → Read More