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ICANN's General Counsel: .XXX Will Get the Green Light

ICANN'S top legal official told its board of directors that the panel will likely approve the sponsored top-level domain tomorrow when it is put up for vote.

ICM Publishes Open Letter to ICANN, Internet Community

ICM has published an open letter to ICANN and the Internet community in its ongoing effort to lobby ICANN to approve the .XXX sTLD.

Religious Group Tries Letter-Writing Campaign to Topple .XXX

A nonprofit religious group on Monday debuted an online letter-writing initiative for the public to voice opposition to the .XXX sTLD proposal.

ICANN Releases .XXX Process Options, Opens Public Comment

ICANN has issued a report on possible process options to further consider ICM Registry’s application for the .XXX sponsored top level domain.

FSC Sends ICM Opposition Letter to ICANN

The Free Speech Coalition this week sent a letter to ICANN declaring its opposition to ICM Registry’s application to sell .XXX domain names.

ICANN Delays .XXX Vote, Will Seek Public Comment

ICANN today delayed a vote on ICM Registry's proposal to sell .XXX domain names and will ask for public comment.

ICANN Likely to Decide on .XXX This Week

ICANN this week plans to look into the feasibility of ICM Registry's proposal to sell .XXX domain names and may just decide to vote on a contract with the registrar.

.XXX Names Will Be Available This Year, ICM Registry Says

ICM Registry plans on moving forward with the .XXX proposal and start selling names as soon as possible.

.XXX Arbitration to Be Held in September

ICM Registry’s top-level domain .XXX proposal will go through a round of arbitration by a three-judge panel in late September.

.XXX Proposal Heads to Arbitration

ICM Registry's .XXX is back on the table. The proposal will be weighed by arbitrators, who will have the final say on the plan.

Tech Analyst Sees Slow Death for Competing TLDs

Is the .XXX top-level domain doomed to fail because no one will remember it?

ICM Registry Seeks to Revisit .XXX

Stuart Lawley and the ICM Registry are trying to resurrect .XXX.

Summary Judgment Granted Against ICM Registry in .XXX Lawsuit

A federal judge has granted summary judgment in favor of the U.S. Commerce Dept. in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed against the department by ICM Registry.

.XXX Rejection Gets Replayed by Australia News Site

It’s been about a year since ICANN rejected ICM Registry’s .XXX proposal, but the story surrounding its defeat was resurrected and took on a life of its own Monday.

ICM Registry Attempts to Push .XXX Forward

ICM Registry, sponsors of the proposed .XXX top-level domain, has sent a memorandum to the ICANN board of directors asserting its compliance with the sponsorship criteria set forward by the body for adopting sTLDs.

ICM Registry to Sue U.S., Appeals ICANN Decision

ICM Registry will file a lawsuit against the U.S. government today in order to gain access to information withheld in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made in October.

No Cybersquatting on .XXX, ICM Registry Says

Despite speculation in the media and on webmaster boards that the .XXX sponsored top-level domain could invite a wave of cybersquatting, Jason Hendeles, vice president of ICM Registry, told XBiz that his company has multiple measures in place to prevent such underhanded tactics.

ICM Registry Forges Ahead

Last week's decision not to endorse the proposal for a ".xxx" top-level domain by the Board of Directors for the Free Speech Coalition (FSC) was a disappointment, Jason Hendeles told XBiz, but it was certainly not a setback.