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Sex.com web site gets upto $500,000 per month in ad revenue

Sex.com web site gets $500000 in ad revenue

Once he gained control of sex.com domain name illegally, Stephen M. Cohen created an advertising rich site which earned him $50 K – $500 K per month. The domain’s legitimate owner was Gary Kremen, of Match.com fame.

To take control of sex.com, Stephen M. Cohen provide false information to the domain name registrar Network Solutions. Gary Kremen, sued and finally won with the courts ordering Cohen to pay $65 million.

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