If domains come with charters than most of the combinations
that you listed would not be allowed. For example, if there were a charter for .sex
stipulating that ONLY adult entertainment sites could join. Then, the domain you
listed would not even exist.
Why is it that all these businesses feel that they
have to buy every possible combinatation of their name? (NSI has you all brainwashed!)
If you sell artwork, you could get one of these names:
"Quality.art" or "OnlineArt.gallery"
Then, you would market your services using
this name. If a new company popped up and called itself "QualityArt.supplies" and
a customer went there - they would notice that instead of selling Artwork, they sold
instead bushes and paints - not the same thing.
This could even be simplified one
step further with the introduction of a domain called ".info" So, say a customer
"QualityArt.info" they could get a directory listing of domains:
-- The Official "Quality Art (tm)" web site
QualityArt.shop - a gallery selling
QualityArt.supplies - supplies for artists online
a listing of art shows near you
There is absolutely no reason that a business
needs to buy every possible variation of its name. In fact with the introduction
of hundreds or thousands of TLDs it would be impossible. The string itself should
tell what business the company is in so that consumers can find the business more
quickly on the web.
apple.tm - goes to the Apple web
apple.computer - goes to the Apple web site
apple.orchards - goes to a
farmers site who grows apples
apple.graphics - goes to a graphic design company
all of these could have the same first name and still be different companies that
do entirely different things.