The move was prompted by nonprofit group Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers continuing to expand the number of generic top-level domains, beyond such popular ones as .com and .net.
A number of controversial domain names will be available in June, but public figures and companies are currently being given a window of time in which to register them before anyone else can.
This means that, in addition to Swift preemptively snatching up the sexy-sounding addresses, Microsoft Office has also registered Office.porn and Office.adult. The domains cost up to $2,500 to register, Ad Week reports.
By the way, another web suffix becoming available is .sucks, in case you were recently thinking to yourself that you just wish the Internet offered a little more negativity.
This article originally appeared in THR.com.