Despite ICANN’s protests, the .su top-level domain remains for sale. That’s right you can still get a Soviet Union top-level domain and now the the Russian Institute for Development of Public Networks is marking these historic beauties down to deep-discount prices. Every Soviet domain must go! The ultimate irony: the 3000 Russian ruble per year registration price is about $120 US. Even at discounted prices these domains show that the law of supply and demand is the law of the land in the former Soviet Union. Any domain hack ideas?