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so... got pron? .xxx gets approval.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by pk698, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. pk698

    pk698 Active Member

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110319...Ec2VjA3luX3RvcF9zdG9yeQRzbGsDZnVsbG5ic3BzdG9y

    I don't know much about this issue, but does this mean that porn sites can no longer be under a dot-com domain?

    I guess if they allow current adult sites to continue to operate under .com, .org, .net... then why would such sites migrate to the new suffix (and risk being filtered)?
     
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  2. Dean

    Dean Well-Known Member

    I believe it means Stuart Lawley & company will make some money..
     
  3. grant sarver

    grant sarver Well-Known Member

    It's just voluntary.
     
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  4. Bob

    Bob Well-Known Member

    until ICE decides to step in
     
  5. Floris

    Floris Guest

    honeybadger doesn't care
     
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  6. Sadik B

    Sadik B Well-Known Member

    I hope they can somehow enforce it on all porn sites. Would make filtering them so much easier... but then i know it aint gonna happen.
     
  7. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

  8. random

    random Active Member

    kier.xxx :p
     
  9. kilcher

    kilcher Active Member

    More money for people who sell domain names.
     
  10. Crazyfruitbat

    Crazyfruitbat Well-Known Member

    I imagine changing my url to pixelatedphotographer.xxx will get me so many more hits lol
     
  11. Wuebit

    Wuebit Well-Known Member

    O_O what the......
     
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  12. GofD

    GofD Well-Known Member

    It's a foot fetish related site... LMFO
     
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  13. Saeed

    Saeed Well-Known Member

    Might as well make it barefooting.xxx. :p
     
  14. Quillz

    Quillz Well-Known Member

    It works both ways... If porn sites can't be forced to migrate to .xxx, then isn't it also true that anyone can register a .xxx domain, regardless of the content? With possible exception of .edu and .gov, this is essentially the case with any other domain extension.
     
  15. Erik

    Erik Well-Known Member

    Probably, although good luck getting many visitors at such a domain...
     
  16. RastaLulz

    RastaLulz Well-Known Member

    Welcome to Internet censorship..

    (n)
     
  17. Erik

    Erik Well-Known Member

    What? How does this at all have to do with Internet censorship?
     
  18. Mikey

    Mikey Well-Known Member

    At a cost of $60 per domain, and an estimate of 500,000 sold by summer, he stands to make $30,000,000
     
  19. Tempest

    Tempest Active Member

    This would be bad for me. I have adult content on my website but it is not strictly a pornographic website. It is a website for comics, we just happened to support adult content as well that is related to the comics.
     

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