Speaking of the pharmaceutical industry, most companies have registered the domain names of their products. Try typing www.drugname.com .. and see what you get... prozac.com ... biaxin.com ... I think that this sort of advertising is OK .. and can be useful. I sometimes use this strategy to quickly find the package insert for a new medication. I am concerned, however, about pharmaceutical companies registering domain names for a condition. My favorite example of this rotten form of advertising is www.kidsears.com. This website is an adversement for azithromycin, an agent that (in my opinion) should only very rarely be used in the treatment of otitis media.