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ICM Registry, Applicant of the Proposed .XXX Domain, Files Independent Review Petition Against ICANN

ICM Registry, Applicant of the Proposed .XXX Domain, Files Independent Review Petition Against ICANN:


In a public letter posted on ICM Registry's Website, Stuart Lawley, Chairman and President of the organization has announced that last week an independent review petition against ICANN was filed. In March 2007, ICM's application for a new .XXX Top-Level Domain (TLD) was rejected by ICANN after a three year long process costing ICM reportedly over US$ 4 million in total (view all related posting). Following is the text from today's announcement... More...

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