The Internet made a new stride yesterday and is emerging with possibilities for anyone to register web address suffixes for 185,000 dollars. This launch is the so-called dot brand names and has endless opportunities for marketers to make brand new images for companies online. These new changes have not gone well with the federal trade commission and warned businesses that this new gTLD system could be a nightmare. Forty of the world’s largest companies have already complained to ICANN and to FTC that this will increase costs and they don’t see the benefit. Applicants have until April 12th to sign up. The first domains will be seen in 2013. To read further on this story click here.