24 Mar '11, 2pm

India May Try to Block .XXX (via @DomainNameWire

Other countries will certainly block the top level domain name, but this shouldn’t worry adult site operators. After all, many countries currently filter the web sites accessible within their borders. As long as adult sites aren’t forced to use .xxx this won’t affect them. (I don’t see a forced conversion as a possibility. Only the U.S. government would really be able to try such a thing given its special relationship with the root zone. Some congressman might propose such a scheme to appease his or her conservative base, but it wouldn’t go anywhere.)

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2011/03/24/india-may-try-to-blo...

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