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Advocates of the idea argue that it will be easier for parents and employers to block the entire TLD, rather than using more complex and error-prone content-based filtering, without imposing any restrictions on those who wish to access it. Editors of explicit content sites, however, were afraid that the use of a single TLD like . Critics of the idea argue that because there is no requirement for providers of explicit content to use the TLD, sexually explicit material will still be commonplace in other domains, making it ineffectual at restricting access, and simply creating a new “landrush” as registrants of . There is also early evidence that . An example is the registration of kite. XXX TLD was first proposed in 2000 by ICM Registry and resubmitted in 2004, but it faced strong opposition from politicians and conservative groups.
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ICANN announced on 1 June 2005 a preliminary approval of . In December 2005, discussions about the implementation of . On 6 June 2008, in accordance with ICANN bylaws, ICM filed an application with the International Centre for Dispute Resolution for an independent review challenging ICANN’s decision. The filing became ICDR Case No. On 18 March 2011, ICANN’s board approved the execution of the registry agreement with ICM for the . The vote was nine in favor, four against, with three abstentions. 200 million a year, with 3 to 5 million domain registrations, as companies are anticipated to defensively register their domains.
In the request, Manwin asks that the . On the same day Manwin, together with adult film studio Digital Playground, filed a suit in the Central District of California against ICM alleging antitrust and competition violations. On 14 August 2012, Judge Philip S. Gutierrez granted in part and denied in part ICANN’s motion to dismiss Manwin’s claims and allowed the case against ICANN to move forward. On 10 May 2013, the case was voluntarily dismissed by the parties, likely due to private settlement. The Free Speech Coalition opposed the domain, arguing it would “harm the adult entertainment business” by inviting censorship and blocking, while raising money for ICM without considering the “best interests of the industry”. Starting in 2005, there was an alternative implementation of .
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