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Resistance to has been so fierce, from Christian groups as well as the porn business, that ICANN has had to create entirely new appeal and review mechanisms for processing the application.The last such mechanism is a consultation with its Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC), which is due to take place at the ICANN meeting next week.

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I’m used to it, because I often go to see baseball in the park – men can popisit behind a tree, and we women have to endure. ” “Well, Mance, but do not tolerate if you will be uncomfortable.” I could not believe it: I drove home a beautiful woman, who wanted badly to the toilet, and she agreed to wait until the end of the trip! Porn stars are set to rally against the proposed top-level domain name outside the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) public meeting in San Francisco next week.The Free Speech Coalition (FSC), a porn trade group, has called a press conference and rally outside the Westin St Francis Hotel in Union Square at 12.30pm, 17 March.FSC president Diane Duke has invited "all industry professionals and supporters of the adult entertainment community" to show up to the protest.In a series of blog posts over the last week, Duke has coined a new slogan: ". " ICM has been campaigning for the right to run for about a decade.Its current application has been moving through ICANN for the last seven years.

Millions of dollars have been spent, mainly by ICM's president, British multimillionaire businessman Stuart Lawley.

The company recently hired M&C Saatchi, the noted ad agency, to come up with the slogan "Let's be adult about it".

The organisation believes will harm the adult entertainment business.

It believes the domain invites censorship and blocking, and that the proposed registry operator, ICM Registry, sees dollar signs but does not have the best interests of the industry in mind.

ICM has previously stated its belief that the FSC is a California-centric organisation that does not represent the interests of porn webmasters worldwide.

Thousands of people have pre-applied for over 200,000 domains.