Monday, December 15, 2014

Don't Click

As I'm sure the readers of this blog will know, way back on
June 20, 2011, the ICANN board voted to end restrictions on TLDs. This paved the way to expand the number of TLDs (22 at the time) to include over 400 gTLDs (Generic Top Level Domain).  Most of the new gTLDs were sponsored by companies and organizations willing to pay the $185,000 application fee.  In November 2013, these new domains began rolling out a few per month.

Many domain registrars are offering free pre-registration for the new gTLDs.  Like a good little geek I immediately skimmed through all the options and reserved a couple dozen domains.  There are some real gems in my list but I'll keep them to myself until their respective gTLDs go live.  I don't want to lose them in the land rush :)

So what's my point?  Basically I wanted to share my first gTLD and solicit ideas for its use.  Without further adieu I present:

http://dont.click


What do you think?  What would you do with this domain?  Please leave your suggestions in the comments below or hit me up on twitter (you'll find me as @ITSecurity).  Thanks in advance.