Should Brands Book a .Sucks or .Porn Domain?

For some, it's a question of creativity, not caution

Could the new .sucks and .porn Web domain options be a public relations nightmare for brands? Should companies buy these new URLs to preempt pranksters? Should they even consider actually using them as legitimate sites?

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