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MIM opposes .XXX Internet domain: ICANN to vote on .xxx domain

NEWS RELEASE from MORALITY IN MEDIA, Inc. Washington, DC (3/18/11) – Morality in Media announced yesterday its strong opposition to the creation of .xxx domain, which ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) will determine by vote today, March 18. “The establishment of a .xxx domain would increase, not decrease the spread of pornography on…

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MORALITY IN MEDIA OPPOSES .XXX INTERNET DOMAIN

The Cypress Times March 18, 2011  Morality in Media announced yesterday its strong opposition to the creation of .xxx domain, which ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) will determine by vote today. “The establishment of a .xxx domain would increase, not decrease the spread of pornography on the Internet, causing even more harm…

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Why a XXX top-level domain won’t work

NEWS RELEASE from MORALITY IN MEDIA, Inc. NEW YORK (6/28/10) – On June 25, ICANN, the nonprofit corporation that coordinates the Internet naming system, voted to allow ICM Registry’s application for the .XXX top-level domain “to move forward.”   In 2007, ICANN had rejected the application. Robert Peters, President of Morality in Media had these comments:…

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Kill the .XXX Domain – Start a War on Pornography Instead

NEWS RELEASE from MORALITY IN MEDIA, Inc. Washington, D.C., May 6, 2010.  “The .XXX domain should be killed and a stake driven through its heart so it never rises again,” said Patrick Trueman, former U.S. Department of Justice pornography prosecutor. For more than ten years, the promoter of this new porn domain for the Internet…

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Letter from MIM President to Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce, regarding proposed Internet .XXX domain

March 6, 2007   John Kneuer, Assistant Secretary                                                                                                                           U.S. Department of Commerce Dear Mr. Kneuer: On January 5, 2007, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that it had published a “revised proposed agreement” with ICM Registry providing for designation of a new .XXX Sponsored Top-Level Domain registry. We are writing to urge…

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