Sixteen years of “cyberbullying”: Monica Lewinsky still does not own her dot .com

Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern that became the source of a spicy scandal in 1998 involving then US President, Bill Clinton, is back on the news.

In an emotional speech against cyberbullying, the 41 year old author, speaker and former fashionista described herself as the “patient zero” of online harassment.

While that last statement should be taken with several pinches of blood pressure rising salt, she definitely has a point.

After all, Monica Lewinsky does not own her domain,, which was registered in January of 1998 as soon as the “cigar” scandal broke out.

The domain is currently parked at what appears to be, the now obsolete PPC outfit.

Should she be given it for free, as long as she disappears from social media for insisting on rehashing her long gone, embarrassing past?




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3 Responses to “Sixteen years of “cyberbullying”: Monica Lewinsky still does not own her dot .com”
  1. owen frager says:

    She’s just getting a jump on candidate Hillary thrusting her back into the spotlight. Smart she figures Hillary and Bill get $275K a speech why shouldn’t she milk it for all she can? After all she’s in her mid-forties which makes her unemployable so she probably figured this is her last hurrah.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Great points Owen. She’s only 41, however.

  3. DomainGang says:

    A great article titled, “Shame on Monica Lewinsky“.

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