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Op-ED: Pornography to become even more readily available on the internet

Morality in Media (MIM) has called for an investigation of the ICM Registry — the company behind the approved .XXX domain and the proposed new porn domains — “for violations of federal laws that prohibit the distribution of hard-core and obscene Internet pornography.”

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AG Holder: Investigate Porn Domains

Attorney General Eric Holder needs to investigate the ICM Registry, the company behind the XXX domain and proposed porn domains .PORN, .SEX and .ADULT, for violations of federal laws that prohibit the distribution of hard-core and obscene Internet pornography.

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ACTION: Stop creation of .porn, .sex and .adult domains on Internet!

OPPOSE CREATION OF NEW PORN DOMAINS – .PORN, .SEX AND .ADULT: Sign this petition to the governing board of the Internet (ICANN) who is now reviewing the applications for the new porn domains. Goal: 10,000 signatures About The Issue I want to alert you to a major new threat today and ask your help to…

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Mashable: Should Domain Proposals for .Porn, .Sex Be Rejected?

Mashable June 14, 2012 An anti-porn group is opposing a series of porn-related suffixes that could potentially be added to the Internet’s top-level domains, including .porn, .sex and .adult. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which assigns top-level domains to sites worldwide, announced on Wednesday a list of domains that have been…

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The Hill: Domain Names Revealed

The Hill June 13, 2012 Domain names revealed: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) unveiled thousands of applications for new top-level Web domains on Wednesday. The list unveiled includes company names, such as .Apple, .Amazon, .Gap, .Ford, .Lexus, .Lego and .JPMorgan, as well as generic names, such as .movie, .music, .hotel, .love,…

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Company Looks to Add .Sex, .Porn, and .Adult Domains to Internet

The Christian Post June 13, 2012 The company behind the controversial .xxx Internet domain has filed applications to add .sex, .porn and .adult to its generic top-level domains. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a nonprofit organization that coordinates the Internet’s unique identifiers, held a press conference in London, England on Wednesday…

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Morality in Media: No More Internet Porn Domains!

.Porn, .Sex, .Adult Domain Proposals should be Rejected WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 13, 2012) – Morality in Media (MIM) said today it will vigorously oppose the expansion of pornography domains on the Internet proposed by ICM Registry, the porn domain company behind the .XXX Domain. Two reasons were given for MIM’s opposition: 1.) More porn domains…

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ACTION: Oppose .porn, .sex and .adult domains!

1. Sign this petition to the governing board of the Internet (ICANN) who is now reviewing the applications for the new porn domains. Goal: 10,000 signatures 2. File an official comment/complaint to the Evaluation Boards with the governing board of the Internet regarding the applications for .sex, .porn and .adult. They have an official period…

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Morality in Media calls for federal investigation into .xxx domain

Greeley Gazette December 12, 2011 “Morality in Media has called for Congress to make it a crime for anyone to register a name on the .xxx site that is registered on another domain without the consent of the owner of the other domain name… MIM also called for Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate the…

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ICANN to vote Friday on .xxx Domain

Christian Newswire March 17, 2011 “The establishment of a .xxx domain would increase, not decrease the spread of pornography on the Internet, causing even more harm to children, families and communities, and make ICANN complicit in that harm,” said Patrick Trueman, CEO of Morality in Media and former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice…

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