01 Apr '11, 10am

Free Speech Coalition Announces Plans for .xxxxx New TLD: After countless attempts to block ICANN approval of th...

Free Speech Coalition Announces Plans for .xxxxx New TLD: After countless attempts to block ICANN approval of th...

After countless attempts to block ICANN approval of the .xxx extension, the Free Speech Coalition announced a new strategy today. “We’re applying for dot-quintuple-X” says Executive Director, Diane Duke. “Until now we have been forced to work within the constraints of the ICANN process. FSC is now free to explore all options and we believe this is the best option possible.” In a poll held on the adult industry website ShoveItUpYourHooHa.com, adult industry insiders voted unanimously that five Xs was a much better representative of adult content than a mere three. Four Xs wasn’t enough and six was considered over-the-top by the insiders. “What’s better that Triple-X ? Quintuple-X !” exclaimed webmaster Mike Oxlong. “It might be a longer extension, but in our business, a longer extension is always better.”

Full article: http://www.domainnamenews.com/april-1/free-speech-coaliti...

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