Part of it might be what the main thrust of the article is, which is that business are registering the .xxx version of their websites to keep someone else from owning walmart.xxx or pepsi.xxx or whatever. Once they decided to register peta.xxx, they might have brainstormed on how they might get some use out of the domain. Just a guess, though.
But it sounds stupid. Are people going to go to peta.xxx for their pornography when there are perfectly good domains that aren't going to show them "graphic footage of animal suffering"? Isn't this really just a publicity stunt (like everything else PETA's ever done, some might add)?
#5 Posted on 26.9.11 0109.27 Reposted on: 26.9.18 0111.05
The message I get is that PETA might inadvertently cause a boom of furries, or the the worst, animal rapists. I don't know; it's hard for me to empathize with PETA if only for the whackjob sensationalist stunts like this.
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