ICANN approves .XXX red-light district for the Internet

John Levine johnl at iecc.com
Sat Mar 26 17:31:24 CDT 2011

>Suppose, just for the sake of the argument, that a statute or
>precedent came about to the effect that a community which permits
>access to .xxx sites (by not censoring the DNS) implicitly accepts
>"that kind of thing" isn't obscenity under local law.

If we're doing counterfactuals, let's suppose that everyone in the
world thinks that .XXX is a great idea, and ICANN runs itself
efficiently on a budget of $1M/yr.


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