ICANN keeps talking about the benefits of adding new top-level domains, as if .biz really adds anything to .com except confusion. At the same time, they refuse to deal with the real problems online, for example refusing to sanction a .xxx domain for porn. Other than prudishness, what's wrong with this idea? It's not like porn is hard to find already for those that want it, so anything that makes it easier to find for those that want it and easier to avoid for those that don't has to be a good idea... unless, of course, you're one of those people for whom the very mention of "sex" makes you uncomfortable.
Anyway, it's clear to most of us that there are three big problems online: sex, scams, and spam. So I'd like to propose three new top-level domains where these things are actually appropriate. Those that want them will know where to get them (hey, somebody has to be replying to those Nigerian Prince emails or they wouldn't keep sending them...) and the rest of us can avoid them.
Scams: Obviously, should be at .con
Spam: Belongs in .can
Sex sites: If we can't have .xxx, how about .come?
The only remaining problem is what to do with all those "improve your sexual performance" emails, which are spam for a scam about sex...