Charities Ask That You Remember Your Domain Names In Your Will
from the givetilithurts.org dept
An article in the IHT says that domain names are the hot new charitable gift, with people holding valuable ones using them to raise money for their favorite causes — and take the nice tax write-off, too. It cites farm.com, which was donated to a group that then sold it for $200,000 as well as a guy that runs a domain-name speculator giving away things like “bestliberalartsschool.com” to his alma mater. What’s next, the United Way taking over googel.com and criagslist.org and starting a typosquatting drive?