ICM Registry, the folks behind all those helpful .xxx domains, says its next step is to create a search engine exclusively for porn. It is to launch tomorrow.
Manwin Licensing International says the new .xxx domain should be removed from the Web, alleging "monopolistic conduct" and "price gouging" by ICANN and the ICM registry.
Stuart Lawley, the CEO of ICM Registry--the company behind the XXX top level domains, says XXX sites should help empower parents to keep their kids away from adult content.
ICM Registry is again urging ICANN to allow adult sites to add .xxx to their names, creating what some have called a red-light district in cyberspace.
ICM Registry, thwarted in its bid for .xxx in part by the Bush administration, gets dealt a setback in suit to unearth State and Commerce Department documents.
The new hire, Kate Lee, used to work at talent and literary agency International Creative Management.
Approved by ICANN earlier this year, the .xxx domain is now available for porn sites--and for nonporn sites that want to block the use of their names.
An online red light district has got the green light to turn the Web blue with .XXX domain names
Advocates for a .xxx designation for adult sites will have to wait until at least June after the ICANN board postponed a decision on the matter at its meeting Friday.
ICANN has approved the dedicated Web address for porn, and more than quarter of a million porn providers have already signed up for a triple-X money shot.