Companies like bit.ly just move the domain to the Cook Islands' commercial TLD and rename the company to something like "big" or "fat". In case you didn't already know or didn't want to look, the tld would be.co.ck (ie big.co.ck). They could also protest Libya by registering libyasucks in the same TLD.
Verizon charges "corporate" customers an extra $15/mo to access "corporate" (aka Exchange) email. This is true with all of their smartphones and is similar in pricing to what ATT & Sprint charge. Personal accounts can access Exchange w/o any additional charges.