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Sep 26 2011

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Dot XXX Debate At Xbiz Euro – FSC Called Out For False Propaganda

By Luke is Back

NL- @JanuarySeraph Reports on her Twitter account from the meeting of dot XXX happening at Xbiz Euro. I tried to put the tweets in order so you can read them normally from the top down.

At #XBIZEU about to watch the .XXX debate with @StuartLawley & Ms Duke of the FSC. May pull an @ElaDarling & report issue by issue…

@XBiz EU .XXX debate in 3,2,1…

From what I’ve gathered at the webmaster shows in Amsterdam & Prague, most people are quietly on board w/ @ICMRegistry & dot-XXX

@StuartLawley refutes the idea that .xxx will “ghettoize” the adult industry. .xxx is dedicated to Free Speech, on a global level

@ICMRegistry responds to “the high price” of .xxx. Other niche TLDs like .travel, etc also cost more than a .com bc of specialization

@dotxxx also donates $10 towards @IFFOR , which is dedicated to ensuring free speech, policies improving the user experience of adult sites

FSC responds to @dotxxx “ghettoizing” the adult industry with misinformation & quotes from a few random senators from years ago

“What about countries like Kenya reportedly blocking .xxx?”. @StuartLawley , “No country has blocked @dotxxx. That is misinformation.”

@ICMRegistry will consider funding efforts in courts against countries who move to attempt to block it, and it isn’t possible to block .xxx

FSC claims @IFFOR has said nothing about protecting Free Speech… Yet on their homepage.. “promote the tl.gd/d8p6a

Re: pricing- dot com was originally $100 each when .com first launched, only later did base price lower..

Re: pricing Ms Duke falsely claimed that domains are only offered for $200/a piece, yet Matt Mansell of DomainMonster.com speaks up..

Cont’d and says that DomainMonster.com offers @dotxxx domains for under $100. Period. More disinformation from FSC.

Lawley, “The whole point of @dotxxx is to encourage mainstream acceptance of adult sites by employing good policy & advertising.”

@Frank_Schilling & @domain_incite have every intention of developing the domains they’ve purchased.

Re: trademark blocking- @dotxxx says it was a courtesy to offer this, other new domains don’t.

ICM Registry on defensive registrations- they’ve gone above & beyond what other domain registries have done previously to protect trademarks

On PETA.xxx “Why has a non adult co. been allowed to register @dotxxx domain?” ICM- “PETA hasn’t registered a .xxx, check the WhoIs”

Oops. My mistakes, this is harder than @ElaDarling made it look lol. Lawley is @SJLawley, Berkens is @Berkens & IFFOR is @IFFOR_org @XBiz

“Does ICM have veto power over @IFFOR_org policies or not?”. @SJLawley “No, unless the policy breaks @ICMRegistry with ICANN.”

Re: @dotxxx & payment processing.. @SJLawley “The future of payments is in micro-processing, ie Skype payments, paypal, etc.”

@SJLawley says @ICMRegistry is working with many payment processors to introduce a new adult “wallet” model, which will be a “game changer”

Lawley says that @ICMRegistry is for Net Neutrality, and will support efforts to maintain Net Neutrality.

 The issues surrounding @dotxxx are not merely RTA related. I’ve heard much more about opportunities from European webmasters

And of course, Ms Duke interjects an off base snide comment at the end of the @dotxxx debate. #Classy

“Where do you see @dotxxx in 5 years?” @SJLawley, “A vibrant, profitable adult community on the web.”

 

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