encyclo - 12:38 am on Oct 7, 2010 (gmt 0)
Many will argue that Sharia law is far from reasonable when it comes to human rights and in this case commerce.
I would agree - so I wouldn't ever use a .ly domain for commerce.
Clueless dorks who don't know what a ccTLD is don't get my sympathy, they made their choice to use a TLD from an Islamic country to run an adult-content service and are somehow surprised when Islamic law applies?
The fact that ccTLDs are managed by their respective countries is a good thing. If you don't like that country's rules, then don't use their domain extension.