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Mar 31, 2007 by SWARAAJ CHAUHAN, International Columnist
An Internet governing body on Friday rejected a proposal to create a unique set of Web addresses for adult entertainment Web sites. Why? Read on…
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Seems like they could have created the .xxx zone and then not forced sites into that zone. Of course, that won’t prevent people from having their porn as .com and .org, if they choose, but I think a lot of the “reputable” xxx sites would have moved to reduce pressure on them. Would have been a piece of a solution anyway.
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