A service like this might be worth it to prevent things that have happened to several large companies over the past few months – domain names expiring and then being shut down after a certain amount of time. For smaller companies – I think we can save the dollars and just remember to keep our domain names registered.
Washington Post is reporting Companies, nonprofit organizations and individuals fearful of losing control over their Internet addresses can lock them down for 100 years under a new service being offered by the world’s largest retailer of domain names.
For a lump payment of $1,000 per name, Herndon, Va.-based Network Solutions says it will make sure a customer’s Internet address registration stays active and within their control for a full century.
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