A report on the Phoenix technology news site, AZ Tech News, about a local company that allegedly registered Web sites that offer illegal prescriptions included comments from Douglas Sylvester, Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development at the College of Law. The report by two Internet industry watchdog groups identified Scottsdale-based Go Daddy, the world's largest domain registration company, as registering 152 sites that they believe sell anabolic steroids to users without prescriptions. In a statement to AZ Tech News editor Ty Young, Go Daddy said it has removed thousands of sites each year due to illegal activity. Those in question have been investigated, and do not violate its policies, Young reported. "For a lot of these Web sites, you don't know who the owners are," said Sylvester, an expert in e-commerce. "On the Internet, it is easy to take these down and put them back up under a different name after you've been caught." There are so many domain names being registered daily that it's impossible to single out those with potential illegal products and services, Sylvester said. The problem is the law hasn't kept pace with Internet business development. "This is something that must be addressed with Congressional legislation and should not be left to the registrars," he said. To read the entire story, click here.